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## Homework Statement

## Homework Equations

## The Attempt at a Solution

I'm not exactly sure why my formula isn't working here.

The correct answer given to us is 2.25kHZ.

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I'm not exactly sure why my formula isn't working here.

The correct answer given to us is 2.25kHZ.

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gneill

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Is ω_{o} a regular frequency (Hz) or an angular frequency (rad/sec)?

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Oops. Completely forgot about that. w is angular frequency but the question said units should be in Khz which is linear frequency. I just divided 14.14/2pi and I got the right answer of 2.25. thanksIs ω_{o}a regular frequency (Hz) or an angular frequency (rad/sec)?

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