Daniellelovee
  • Daniellelovee
How long is a pendulum with a period of 1.0 s on a planet with half the gravity of the earth?
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Daniellelovee
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@KeplJoey offers the following: The formula relating period, length and gravity is given by T = 2π√(L/g). We want to find the length, so we need to solve for L. Dividing through by 2π, then squaring both sides, then multiplying through by g, results in L = gT²/4π². We're given that T = 1.0 s, and the gravity has half that on earth, or g = 4.9 m/s². Putting in this info gives L = 0.124 m. @Daniellelovee

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