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find the maximum velocity of a swingling pendulum bob.Hint potential energy(P.E)=kinetic energy(K.E)

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  1. Y AR dE not ANswERinG mY qUeStIoNs.

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  2. It depends on how high you pull it up.
    mgh = .5 m v^2
    so vmax = sqrt(2*9.8*h)
    There's your general solution.

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    posted by Chanz

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