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A pendulum clock is brought to Mars. How does the bob move on Mars as compared to on Earth? (Points : 5) It runs faster. It runs slower. It keeps time just as on Earth. The effect depends on the amplitude of the swing.

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    Period of oscillation T = 2pi root(L/g) g smaller so T bigger so runs 'slower'

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