Q: What does g squared mean?

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It is: (g-5)(g-9)

you mean c? haha pythagoras

You cannot "solve" a mean squared deviation". You can calculate it or use it, but there is nothing to solve!

Multiply the no. by itself. Ex 5 squared is 25.

A squared number is one that is multiplied by itself, e.g., 12 squared = 12 x 12

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g is a measurement of acceleration namely 9.8 meters per second squared. When there is an acceleration of 2g then simply multiply 9.8 meters per second squared times 2 or 19.6 meters per second squared.

We know that when you submit questions you aren't free to use the right format to make the mathematical terms crystal clear. It is likely that you mean "x squared times 6 plus x squared times 2", which is clearer. You can factor out the "x squared" and you will see that you get "x squared times 8". You COULD mean (6x) squared plus (2x) squared, which would be different. 6x times 6x would equal x squared times 36, so your answer will be much different.

It is: (g-5)(g-9)

You take out the common factor, namely, "g".

4(f2 - g) + (f2 + 2g) which can be expanded and simplified to 5f2 - 2g

The acceleration of gravity, g, is measured in units of acceleration, which is to say units of distance per time squared. For example, meters per second squared.

if you mean PI squared + PI squared / by 2 then that is.... 4.9298 solved on paper ... BUT if you mean what you said, the answer is YUMMY!

n^3 mean a number Squared by 3

If you mean ex squared, the answer is e2x

The density of rhodium is approximately 12.41 grams per cubic centimeter (g/cm³). So, the density of rhodium in grams per square centimeter would depend on the thickness of the rhodium sample. If you have the thickness of the sample, you can calculate the density in grams per square centimeter by multiplying the thickness (in cm) by the density (g/cm³).

If you mean a2 x a2... the answer is a4

Assuming you mean x squared plus 5x squared... the answer is 6x squared.