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How useful is Helmet's equation for the acceleration due to gravity? How did Helmet derive it? I need any and all background information on the equation or Mr. Helmet.



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Are you sure you have the name right? I have never heard of a Helmet, or Helmet's equation... Where did you find this? Has any body else heard of Helmet?

Arthur Smith


Do you suppose he means Helmholtz?? If so, I do not know of any equation related to him that deals with the acceleration due to gravity.

rcwinther



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