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T=2pi√I/g. find I

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  1. T = 2 π √ ( I / g )

    Square both sides of the equation

    T² = ( 2 π )² ∙ [ √ ( I / g ) ]²

    T² = 4 π ² ∙ I / g

    Multiply both sides by g

    T² ∙ g = 4 π ² ∙ I

    Divide both sides by 4 π ²

    T² ∙ g / 4 π ² = I

    l = T² ∙ g / 4 π ²

    l = ( T² / 4 π ² ) ∙ g

    l = ( T / 2 π )² ∙ g

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