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## Homework Statement

If I know [tex]Fs^2 = 6*10^{-8}[/tex], and [tex]\frac{F}{V^2} = 10^{-9}[/tex], how can I figure out [tex]\frac{Fs^2}{V^2}[/tex]? F, s, V are all real numbers.

## Homework Equations

[tex]Fs^2 = 6*10^{-8}[/tex] (equation 1)

[tex]\frac{F}{V^2} = 10^{-9}[/tex], (equation 2)

[tex]\frac{Fs^2}{V^2}[/tex]

## The Attempt at a Solution

I tried dividing equation 1 by equation 2 and vice versa...and mutiplied them...but the best thing I can get is [tex]\frac{F^2s^2}{V^2}[/tex]...

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