Suppose that a weight is attached to a string of length L, and the other end of
the string is held fixed. If we pull the weight and then release it, allowing the
weight to swing back and forth, we can observe the behavior of a simple
pendulum. The period T is the time required for the weight to complete a full
cycle, swinging forward and then back. The following formula may be used
to describe the relationship between T and L. If L is expressed in centimeters, then g 980 cm/s2. For each of the following
string lengths, calculate the corresponding period. Round to the nearest
tenth of a second.

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\[T=2\pi \sqrt{\frac{ 30 }{ 980 }}\]

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