The mass of the ball is m, as given below in kg. It is released from rest. What is the tension in the string (in N) when the ball has fallen through 45o as shown.(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

Hint: First find the velocity in terms of L and then apply Newton's 2nd law in normal and tangential directions. If you do it correctly, L should disappear from your equation.

m[kg] = 1.58;

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# Homework Help: Tension in string of pendulum

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