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Density Of A BlackHole From Its Radius

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Posted by Hamid on December 15, 2004 19:56:50 UTC

plz Correct me if iam wrong!
yes, some how i Derived the the equation for the Density of a black hole from the eqaution of the radius or "Event-Horizone" of a black hole!

Event-Horizone

Radius = 2G.M/C^2

Where G is Garvity, M is a Mass of a Black Hole and C is a speed of light.

NOW TAKE THE WHOLE EQUATION IN UNITS

RADIUS = (kgm/s^2)/(m^2/S^2)

Now, both "s^2" will Cutt off and one "m" will be cutt off like that [m^2-1] ....
and then only remain "kg/m"!

kg/m is the unit of Density

that means Radius = Density

DOES IT IS POSSIBLE !? PLZ TELL ME!
THANK - YOU

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