If a pendulum-driven clock gains 8.80 s/day, what fractional change in pendulum length must be made for it to keep perfect time? (Your answer should be negative if the length is decreased.) -...

If a pendulum-driven clock gains 8.80 s/day, what fractional change in pendulum length must be made for it to keep perfect time? (Your answer should be negative if the length is decreased.) -...

What is the effect on the period of a pendulum if you decrease its length by 3.65%? (Answer this question in terms of the initial period T.) T' = ? T

e.g: for the period of a pendulum?

in pendulum movement, we usually see the ball tied to rigid bar what if we change the rigid bar into something solid with a little bit of flexible ability, what will happen?

About how many swings will a 40-inch pendulum make each minute? can you please show the steps so that next time I can do it on my own?

i really don't understand this question can someone help me 3. A scientist recorded the movement of a pendulum for 10 s. The scientist began recording when the pendulum was at its resting position...

Report your answer: in terms of kg. Do not include units in your answer. They will be assumed to be kg. to a precision of hundredths of a kg. Use a format like #.## in your answer. to...

Report your answer in: in terms of m/s2. Do not include units in your answer. They will be assumed to be m/s2. to a precision of hundreths of a m/s2. Use a format like #.## in your answer...

a pendulum of mass 1 kg and length 1 m is released from rest at angle 60 degree. The power delivered by all the forces acting on a bob at angle 30 degree is

Two simple pendulums of length 100cm and 121cm length start swinging together. (Note : Swing together means same phase) (A) they will swing together again when the pendulum of length...

Hello, I'm taking a summer course in college physics and am reviewing some practice questions to prepare for my oncoming exam. I'd really appreciate some help on this question that I'm not...

Hello, I'm taking a summer course in college physics and am reviewing some practice questions to prepare for my oncoming exam. I'd really appreciate some help on this question that...

Pendulums Written by tutor John Z. If you have ever been on a swing, you have acted like a pendulum. A pendulum can be loosely defined as something hanging that sways from one extreme to the other (oscillates). You have probably heard of grandfather clocks and oscillatory rides from amusement parks as other examples of pendulums. A metronome is right side up but can be described as a pendulum... read more

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