Hi could someone please help me rearrange this equation to get k?
im looking to find the spring constant from the equation.. T=2pie root M/K
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Hi could someone please help me rearrange this equation to get k?
im looking to find the spring constant from the equation.. T=2pie root M/K
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You can handle this easily enough.
Start by squaring both sides of the equation.
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I honestly have no idea...
T =2pie M /K ??
square both sides
T^2 = 4(pi^2)(m/k)
multiply both sides by k
then divide by (T^2)
therefore
k = 4(pi^2)/(T^2)
thanks very much :DOriginally Posted by organic god
oops missed off the m on the equation
k = 4m(pi^2)/(T^2)
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