how to transpose the formula T=2pi *sqrt(m/k) so k is the subject
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Mar 19, 2010 #2 ThetaPi 9 0 You see that your [tex]k[/tex] is inside the square root. Maybe squaring both sides of the equation might help?
You see that your [tex]k[/tex] is inside the square root. Maybe squaring both sides of the equation might help?
Mar 19, 2010 #4 ThetaPi 9 0 Good work. You're only one step away. Remember that you want to find an equation [tex]k = ??[/tex]. What if we multiply both sides by [tex]k[/tex], and then divide both sides by [tex]T^2[/tex]?
Good work. You're only one step away. Remember that you want to find an equation [tex]k = ??[/tex]. What if we multiply both sides by [tex]k[/tex], and then divide both sides by [tex]T^2[/tex]?