s=1/14 gt^2

What is t= +

Rationalizing all denominators

s=1/14 gt^2

What is t= +

Rationalizing all denominators

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s = (1/14) gt^2

Multiply both sides by 14 to get rid of the fraction

14s = gt^2

Divide both sides by g

(14s)/g = t^2

Take the square root of both sides to get t by itself

√¯[(14s)/g] = t

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