1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data A pendulum is composed of a thin rod of length L = 50 cm, a moment of inertia of I = 0.2kgm2 with respect to its center and mass M = 400g. Attached to the bottom of the rod is a point mass (m = 200g). The pendulum swings in a vertical plane, attached by the top end to the ceiling. 2. Relevant equations T = 2∏√(I/Mg x d) *I think* 3. The attempt at a solution T = 2∏√(.2/(.4)(10) x .25) No radius was given for the point mass, so I assumed the moment of inertia of center of mass is .2kgm2 and therefore the distance of center of mass (d) would be L/2 or .25m Did I go about solving this correctly? Also, the second problem asks: How long will it take for the pendulum to perform 100 oscillations? Would I simply multiple the period I found from the first part by 100? Thank you all for your time and consideration.