Posted by **Cassie** on Tuesday, October 27, 2009 at 8:14pm.

Find the period of a pendulum that is 3 meters long if the period, T, of a pendulum in seconds can be found using the formula T = 2pi(square root L/9.8

find it for 2.5 meters as well.

Would love to see the work, not just the answer.

thank you.

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