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How do the tension of the cord and the force of gravity affect a pendulum? A. They are the competing forces that act on a pendulum as it swings. B. They are the two factors that affect the period of a pendulum. C. They determine what type of pendulum it will be. D. They have no effect on a pendulum.

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  1. souvik
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    tension of the cord directed upward and gravity pulls the bob downward...They are the competing forces that act on a pendulum as it swings.

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