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I calculated the g on the distant planet to be 1.5191 m/s from using T=2*pi*(square root of L/g).

Okay, maybe I'm thinking too much for the 2nd part of my work, but I can't seem to figure out how to calculate how high up the ball will travel on the distant planet. It should be higher than 13m because there's less gravitational force acting upon the ball to make it come back down, right?