anonymous
  • anonymous
Introduction to mechanics, part I, an exercise in the slides: I don't get how to derive the period of the pendulum. Trying not to look at the formula, of course. How do I do it?
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anonymous
  • anonymous
[ I don't get how to write the angular amplitude of the bob in dimensions]
anonymous
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Okay. Pretty easy. Try proving that it's motion willbe an SHM. Then I'll help you.

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