Very very very simple question .for you

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In summary, the phrase "Very very very simple question .for you" is a statement that implies an extremely easy or straightforward question is being asked. This is due to the repetitive language and emphasis used in the question. While technically any question can be interpreted in multiple ways, the intended interpretation of this question is that it is extremely easy. There is no deeper meaning behind this question.
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very very very simple question...for you

So if v = d[tex]\sqrt{k/m}[/tex]

how can i turn that into solving for "k"?





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Well, there is a k under a square root... so what about you start by squaring both sides of the equation?
 
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To solve for k, we can rearrange the equation to isolate k on one side:

v = d\sqrt{k/m}
v/d = \sqrt{k/m}
(v/d)^2 = k/m
k = m(v/d)^2

Therefore, to solve for k, we need to square the ratio of v and d, then multiply it by m. This will give us the value of k.
 

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