physics
posted by marina on .
i do not get this question at all and if u could help it'd be a real HUGE help.
solve these equations (sorry i do not have the symbols so i will just write the words out. sorry again for any inconveniance. ):
time= 2pi x squareroot of length/gravity
....i know it my seem very confusing and u might not get it at all, but i appreciate ANY help i can get.
thanks again!

What do you want the equation solved FOR? It now is solved for time but it can be solved for length (or gravity?).

actually to be honest, im not really sure. this is my first time to take physics and i didn't really understand what the teacher meant, but she gave us two different equations the one i posted already and another one that was basically the same thing but u just have to switch length and gravity and make it gravityoverlength.

You're right. It is confusing if we don't know the question.