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Black Hole Formula

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Posted by Nate Baker on May 21, 1997 17:56:17 UTC

Can some one please explain this formula to me:

Mb=Co^3/2(pi)GPo^2

Where Mb is black hole mass. Co is black hole Circumference. And Po is period of orbit. How do I find Po, and how do I apply G, Newton's Gravitational constant. Any help would be appreciated. -Nate

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