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Algebra 2 help!,

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\(T=\frac12\sqrt{\frac{u}{g}}\)

Multiply both sides of the equation by  2 .

\(2T=\sqrt{\frac{u}{g}}\)

Square both sides of the equation.

\((2T)^2=\frac{u}{g} \\~\\ (2T)(2T)=\frac{u}{g} \\~\\ 4T^2=\frac{u}{g} \)

Multiply both sides by  g .

\(g\cdot4T^2=u\)

Divide both sides by  4T2

\(g=\frac{u}{4T^2}\)

hectictar  Nov 28, 2017
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Best Answer

\(T=\frac12\sqrt{\frac{u}{g}}\)

Multiply both sides of the equation by  2 .

\(2T=\sqrt{\frac{u}{g}}\)

Square both sides of the equation.

\((2T)^2=\frac{u}{g} \\~\\ (2T)(2T)=\frac{u}{g} \\~\\ 4T^2=\frac{u}{g} \)

Multiply both sides by  g .

\(g\cdot4T^2=u\)

Divide both sides by  4T2

\(g=\frac{u}{4T^2}\)

hectictar  Nov 28, 2017

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