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amk_dbz

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Here's what the practical handbook says:

T^2= [16{(pi)^2}(R^3)N][M+(m*/3)] / [(r^4)n]

there is no reference to what is N,n,R,r

What they do next is to plug in T=0

therefore, M+(m*/3)=0

=> m*/3=-M

Considering magnitude, m*=3(x intercept)

The last part makes some sense but, where does the formula come from?

Thank you! (Sorry for being messy)