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I don't have a homework question exactly, but I need help with an equation please.

Angular frequency: W= 2 pi/T = 2(pi)(f) f= frequency

And- W = square root of (k/m) k = spring constant m= mass

So, wouldn't T = 2 pi / square root of (k/m) ??

My instructor has given us the following equations in class a few times. I cannot figure out what the heck is going on!

W = (2 pi) x the square root of(k/m)

T = (2 pi) x the square root of (m/k) -------> m/k this time

Any help is appreciated. Im so confused right now.

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# Simple Harmonic Motion- From Uniform Circular Motion

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