Introduction to phisics
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Your question is too ambiguous. For example, is small l the same as capital L? Is 1 over all that follows or just over 2L? Is the square root applied to just l or is it applied to l/m?

What does the equation physically represent? For example, is it the frequency of a pendulum? If so, π should be included. Perhaps a photo or screenshot of your question could be uploaded and submitted?

answered Oct 10 by Rod Top Rated User (592,760 points)

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