Physic

The simple pendulum in a tall clock is 0.30 m long.

What is the period of this pendulum?

T = s

What is the frequency of this pendulum?

f = Hz

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  1. Your course materials should have included the equation for the period:
    T = 2 pi * sqrt(L/g)

    In your case, L = 0.30 m and you must know what g is.

    Perform the calculation of T, in seconds. Then use

    f = 1/T , for the frequency in Hz

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    posted by drwls
  2. Thank you DRWLS!

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