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Heh, I get it.

\(5 \min 54 \sec = 5 \dfrac{54}{60} = 5.9\)

Is it this?

@ParthKohli
Yeah right.

Now, you can simplify \(\dfrac{54}{60}\).

so, 5.9 divide by 10? and i get .59? and that would be my awsner for that one

BTW, it'd be dividing 5 min 54 sec by 10, not the vice-versa.

Yes, that'd be your answer :) @julliemyers

oh ok then so just to make sure i get the rest correct let me do them and will u check them?

Sure! =)

((10/5) minute) + (54 seconds) = 2.9 minutes

Oh, yes.

Didn't see that question below.

no i had 3 trials and i have to divide 10 by indivaual times

serach on google divide 10 by 5 minutes and 54 seconds

hang on ill show u my table

5 minutes 10 seconds divide it by 5 = 1 minute 2 seconds.

Oh, so that is the question.

So you have to find the average period. It'd be 5 min 54 sec by 10.

yes each collum had their own average time

Then I'm afraid you'd have to complete this experiment by yourself.

Did you do this experiment?

yes it was in the file i attatched
i just needed help on how i would divide time by 10

But that wouldn't be the time for 10 swings.
Though there's a cheat: You can divide it by 3. ;)

add all noted times with seconds as fraction and then divide by 10. here is your answer :)

You can add 3 noted times and divide by 3 -- no one would realize :D

@nubeer: Seems like julliemyers has summed up the three noted times in the above rows.

yup she did that.. she just forgot to divide by 3

Mhm

yes..

ok i think i have got it lol -.-

lol good :)

@ParthKohli No to what? Im wrong?????

lol that was 5.9 .. the total time.

It's not \(5.54\); it's \(5.9\)

And you don't have to further divide by 10.

Got it? :D

lol she have to divide by 10 to find the time period.. @ParthKohli

Im so confused (-.-)

Oh yes

@nubeer: My medal increased your SS :P

lol does it ? really? hahah i dont think so.. lol i never work on medals but still thank you...

Im spose to have 3 periods of pendulum times, I dont think i add up all my averages. i think im spose to have 3

yes those r the values added of the coin 1 coin 2 and coin 3

i get 1.966666666 = 1.97

so 1.97 would go in the period of pendulum collum???

.197

yes

ok thats what i was wondering lol i feel stupid but i understand it now lol

lol no worries..

ok so i fixed it take a look

yup looks ok now.. this all are in mins. :)