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MemoNick

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**1.**So for today's exam, I was given this equation, and I was required to get the value and units of K:

T

^{4}= (4K∏^{4})/g^{2}- (8d∏^{4})/g^{2}I had to follow an experiment, plot the results, get the gradient. After getting the value of g, I was required to find the value of K, and its units.

T

^{4}has units s

^{4}, d has units m, g is gravitational acceleration, hence I believe it is m.s

^{-2}

**2.**The problem lies in the fact that I don't believe I was given a homogeneous equation, hence I couldn't provide the units. Any help? Note that the units are enough for me, I managed to solve for K (correctly, I believe).

Thanks in advance :)