1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data You pull a simple pendulum of length 0.260m to the side through an angle of 3.50∘ and release it. Part A: How much time does it take the pendulum bob to reach its highest speed? Part B: How much time does it take if the pendulum is released at an angle of 1.75∘ instead of 3.50∘? 2. Relevant equations T=2π√(m/k) 3. The attempt at a solution I got the correct answer of t = 0.256s, but I do not understand why it doesn't change according to the change in the angle. Our masterphysics homework site has a online app that allows us to work with a simple pendulum. When I change the angle (lets say from 1° to 90°), I get different values that it takes to reach the very bottom (0°). This position in the pendulum will be the position of greatest velocity because there is no potential energy. Can someone explain what I am missing here? Thank you so much.