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Find the length of a simple pendulum that completes 17.0 oscillations in 35.0 s.

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    The period is T = t/N = 35/17 = 2.06 s.
    T =2•π•sqrt(L/g),
    L= T^2•g/(2• π)^2

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    .056 cm

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