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T=2pi(sqrt l/g)

Can the term in parentheses be treated as a constant of proportionality?

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T=2pi(sqrt l/g)

Can the term in parentheses be treated as a constant of proportionality?

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No, because g is always the same, and l varies depending on the pendulum

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I have graphs of T vs. A, T vs L, T vs m

A=Amplitude

L=Length

m=bob mass

It's a pendelum experiment

I have graphs but how would i explain it in the graph

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