1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data A simple pendulum of length =30.0cm is released from rest from an angle of θ=10.0∘ to the vertical. Assuming that the pendulum undergoes simple harmonic motion, find its maximum speed. Source: https://isaacphysics.org/questions/accuracy_shm_pendulum_num 2. Relevant equations a) v=wA b) T=2pi*root(L/g) --possibly? 3. The attempt at a solution A=0.3-0.3cos10 w=2pi/T so w=root(g/L) by subbing equation a) into b). g=9.81 and L=0.3. so v=root(9.81/0.3)*(0.3-0.3cos10) =0.02606... ms^(-1) But that isn't the correct answer?