Posted by **Carolyn** on Saturday, April 16, 2011 at 5:06pm.

The Length of time (T) in seconds it takes the pendulum of a clock to swint through one complete cycle is given by the formula T=2pie square root of 7 divided by 32 where L is the length in feet, of the pendulum, and pie is approximately 22 divided by 7. How long must the pendulum be if one complete cycle takes 2 seconds?

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