Posted by **Tifani** on Tuesday, April 17, 2007 at 3:52pm.

You pull a simple pendulum of length L to the side through an angle of 3.50 degrees and release it.

How much time does it take the pendulum bob to reach its highest speed?

How much time does it take if the pendulum is released at an angle of 1.75 degrees instead of 3.50 degrees ?

THe formula is specific

Period= 2PI sqrt L/g

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