The site is for questions on mathematics. Question on mathematics can be related to or motivated by physics. This is fine.
Questions about physics itself are not really on-topic. For the particular question you asked I feel it is borderline.
If you had stated an equation and asked how to solve it given some data, then I would have said that's fine. This is a mathematical problem motivated by physics.
However, answering your problem requires mostly knowledge about what are the equations relating certain physical quantities. To know these equations requires knowledge of physics not mathematics.
The question how to derive an equation from other principles is more on-topic if it involves mathematical reasoning. Your question had a bit of that, so let's say it is fine for this time.
But generally for this site please:
- Ask how to solve equations.
- Ask how to transform specific equations into other equations. (Or, maybe even how to obtain equations from first principles, in the sense of mathematical modeling.)
- Do not ask the equation for some physics notion.
Your current question was somewhere between 2. and 3.