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    I am doing some revision for a physics test here, keep getting confused with this simple bit of math
    T = 2pi √((h^2+k^2)/gh))
    What is the unit of K?
    h= m
    g= ms^-2
    t= s
    2pi = no unit

    im thinking k is maybe m^2
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    (Original post by pleasehelp1)
    I am doing some revision for a physics test here, keep getting confused with this simple bit of math
    T = 2pi √((h^2+k^2)/gh))
    What is the unit of K?
    h= m
    g= ms^-2
    t= s
    2pi = no unit

    im thinking k is maybe m^2
    k is the radius of gyration about a parallel axis so is a dimension of length in metres.
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    yea got it, thanks
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    T = 2pi √((h^2+k^2)/gh))
    Any ideas
    How I would put the formula into y=mx+c ??
 
 
 
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