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PhysicsOPhun
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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"?
So if v = d[tex]\sqrt{k/m}[/tex]
how can i turn that into solving for "k"?
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