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A 1.00 m long pendulum in simple harmonic motion sits on the surface of Mars. It has a period of 3.26 s. What is the acceleration due to gravity on Mars?

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    how do I do the formula on a calculator?

  3. cherio12
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    okay so there is a formula for a simple harmonic pendulum\[\omega^2=g/L\]

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    omega (w) also is equal to 2pi/T

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    you are looking for g

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    T is your time, L is the length

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