When solving for m in 3Fv = (mv^2)/r Find the value of m
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Originally Posted by Mccoy31 When solving for m in 3Fv = (mv^2)/r Find the value of m $\displaystyle 3Fv=\frac{mv^2}{r}$ $\displaystyle 3Frv=mv^2$ $\displaystyle \frac{3Frv}{v^2} =m$ $\displaystyle \frac{3Fr}{v} = m$
Originally Posted by Mccoy31 When solving for m in 3Fv = (mv^2)/r Find the value of m First multiply both sides by r to clear the denominator on the right side. That gives you mv^2=3Fvr Then, you can divide by v^2 to isolate m, giving you m=3Fvr/v^2 You can then clean it up by getting rid of the v on top, since v/v^2=1/v Final answer is m=3Fr/v Clear?
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