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The period of a simple pendulum is measured to be 4.0 seconds in a frame of reference. Which of the following is correct when the period of the pendulum is measured by an observer moving with 0.4 times the speed of the light?
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The period of a simple pendulum is measured to be 4.0 seconds in a frame of reference. Which of the following is correct when the period of the pendulum is measured by an observer moving with 0.4 times the speed of the light?
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