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The gravity on Mars is 3.69 meters/second². If you had a pendulum on Mars that was 1.8 meters long, what would the period be?

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  1. Nadine95
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    @missMob you think you can help me here only?

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    lol ahhh i cant

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    alright then :)

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  4. Koikkara
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    Hmm....T = 2 * pi * sqrt (Length / g)

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    Hmmm let me try it

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    i think...approx answer....4.4..try it..

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    Yupp! 4.4 seconds, awww thank you!!!:)

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    welcome.. Plz close the Question..Bye..!

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