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  2. anonymous
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    \[6.05=\frac{1}{2}m\times (2.2)^2\] solve for \(m\)

  3. anonymous
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    i would use a calculator start with \[12.1=(2.2)^2m\] then \[\frac{12.1}{(2.2)^2}=m\]

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    I got 0.625 is that right?

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    I think I did something wrong

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