college physics
posted by dennis .
rearrange the equation T = 2pi(l/g)^(1/2) in the form of y=mx+c where T = dependent variable, L = independent variable, and 2pi and g = constant.

You want to put a second degree equation in the form of a linear equation?
T is proportional to sqrt of L, not L. 
what about the gradient and intercept at yaxis?