Resonant frequency formula manipulation.

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  1. arthur92710

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    If i know L F and Pi(its a blueberry pi) how do I find C?
     
  2. hgmjr

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    You have all of the variables in hand except the one you want to calculate. It should be a simple algebra problem from there.

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  3. arthur92710

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    So would it be (f*2pi)^2 =1
    .........................L ......=C

    But how do i get rid of the 1 over the c?

    Should i just use the reciprical of both side?

    ......L .....=..C
    (f*2pi)^2

    Right?
     
  4. mozikluv

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    am about to give you the correct formula, but i guess it won't help. why dont you put reasonable values on the original formula and work your way backwards and see if you get the correct values thru your reformulation.:)
     
  5. hgmjr

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    More like this:

    C=\frac{1}{L(2\pi f)^{2}}

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  6. cheddy

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    1/x=1/y

    multiply both sides by x*y

    x=y
     
  7. arthur92710

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    well thanks...
     
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