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A child on a swing is traveling at 2 m/s as she passes through the lowest part of swing’s
arc. What is the period of the motion?

asked by Mona
  1. the period (of the pendulum) is dependent on the length

    the speed of the "bob" is not a factor

    posted by Scott

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