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p = ((1/3)*(N/V))*mv^2

vrms = squareroot ((3p)/(N/v))

i tried substituting .125 into the equation to get some numbers, didn't get anything useful

can someone show me the formulas that i have to use, and how to use them? or explain how to solve this problem

cheers

p = ((1/3)*(N/V))*mv^2

vrms = squareroot ((3p)/(N/v))

i tried substituting .125 into the equation to get some numbers, didn't get anything useful

can someone show me the formulas that i have to use, and how to use them? or explain how to solve this problem

cheers

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