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What is the period of a simple pendulum that is 1.27 m long in each situation?

a) in the physics lab


b) in an elevator accelerating at 2.15 m/s2 upward


c) in an elevator accelerating 2.15 m/s2 downward

  • physical -

    period= 2PI (Length/acceleration)

    a) acceleration=g
    b, c ) acceleration = g+- a

  • physical -

    I in past times made a neat demo for classes. Take a short (1/2 meter) string, with a bob on it, set it into motion at near the floor, then raise it rapidly upward.

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    thank you very much dude

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