Posted by **Gabi** on Sunday, April 10, 2011 at 4:30am.

The formula T=2*pi*sqrt[L/g] gives the period of a pendulum of length l feet. The period P is the number of seconds it takes for the pendulum to swing back and forth once. Suppose we want a pendulum to complete three periods in 2 seconds. How long should the pendulum be?

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