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In the equation y squaared minus 1/4 g squared t cubed, y is the displacement, t is the time, and g is the gravitational acceleration. The right hand side of the equation has units of?

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    y^2- 1/4 g^2 t^3

    I don't see a right side. Where is the equals sign?

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