1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data Measure the period of oscillation of a meter stick suspended at one end for small amplitudes. Does T = 2*sqrt(2I/mgL) when I is the rotational inertia about one end? Derive this relation. 2. Relevant equations I = rotational inertia m = mass g = gravitational acceleration T = period of oscillation I=mr^2 T=2*pi*sqrt(L/g) 3. The attempt at a solution I'm not going to lie, I have no idea where to start. Previous period of oscillation problems with a simple pendulum or a spring/glider system were based off of the formula for period that included 2pi divided by the angular frequency. I don't know where the pi went or what to do with the r value if I was to substitute it in. HELP!