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posted by Mike .
Find the length of a simple pendulum that completes 16.0 oscillations in 52.0 s.
CAN YOU PLEASE EXPLAIN SPECIFICALLY , THANK YOU!

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bobpursley
period=2pi sqrt(l/g)
square both sides. solve for length. You know period is 52/16 seconds. Don't forget to square the (2PI)
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