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1. A pendulum oscillates with a period T.

If both the mass of the bob and the length of the pendulum are doubled, the new period will be _____.

2. T = 2(pi) x rad (k/m)

3. Since L is not a part of the equation, it shouldn't affect the period - right? If that's true, then shouldn't the new period be: T/rad (2) ?

Sorry, I don't know how to insert symbols (i.e. pi and rad).

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# Homework Help: Simple Harmonic Motion - Period (T)

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