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# \$6.00The time T for a pendulum to swing back

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The time T for a pendulum to swing back and forth once is called its period and is given by where L equals the length of the pendulum. The table lists the periods of pendulums with different lengths. Equation: T = 2 πr √(L) g L (feet) 0.5 1.0 1.5 T (seconds) 0.78 1.11 1.36 (a) Solve the formula for g. (b) Use the table to determine the value of g. (Note: The units for g are feet per second per second.) (c) Interpret your result.

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