Solving For an Equation

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Homework Statement


I am trying to find I by rearranging the equation but i am having some trouble.

Homework Equations


mgh=(2y^2/t^2)(m+I/r^2)

The Attempt at a Solution


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dRic2
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You're almost there!! Two more steps and it's done!
 
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phinds
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Well ... just keep going
 
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so do i mutiply r^2 to the other side? then - the m?
 
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so do i mutiply r^2 to the other side? then - the m?

You can't multiply only one side of the equation

But you're close. BTW You have two possibilities
 
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would this be right?
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:thumbup:

PS: Try to learn LaTex if you need to write equations. You will save yourself the trouble of posting an image every time.
 

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