Not an answer, but I'd like to comment you could do the experiment on another planet! So the somehow is if we ever get there...but beside the point.clepsydra = water clock.
It is an improvement from sundials.
If the length of a pendulum is doubled, and the gravitational constant of Earth is halved (somehow ), by what factor does the period increase?
clepsydra = water clock.
It is an improvement from sundials.
If the length of a pendulum is doubled, and the gravitational constant of Earth is halved (somehow ), by what factor does the period increase?
It would increase by a factor of 2
The period would double (increase by a factor of 2), since the new period = 2pi*sqrt(2l/(g/2)) = 2*(2pi*sqrt(l/g)) = 2*(old period).clepsydra = water clock.
It is an improvement from sundials.
If the length of a pendulum is doubled, and the gravitational constant of Earth is halved (somehow ), by what factor does the period increase?
You should wait until V_[-_-]_v verifies your answer before you post a question .The period would double (increase by a factor of 2), since the new period = 2pi*sqrt(2l/(g/2)) = 2*(2pi*sqrt(l/g)) = 2*(old period).clepsydra = water clock.
It is an improvement from sundials.
If the length of a pendulum is doubled, and the gravitational constant of Earth is halved (somehow ), by what factor does the period increase?
What property of a simple pendulum did Galileo discover in 1583?
I believe it's that the period of the pendulum is independent of the amplitude
The only problem with that is that that person hasn't been on in a month, so there really is no point in waiting anymore.You should wait until V_[-_-]_v verifies your answer before you post a question .The period would double (increase by a factor of 2), since the new period = 2pi*sqrt(2l/(g/2)) = 2*(2pi*sqrt(l/g)) = 2*(old period).clepsydra = water clock.
It is an improvement from sundials.
If the length of a pendulum is doubled, and the gravitational constant of Earth is halved (somehow ), by what factor does the period increase?
What property of a simple pendulum did Galileo discover in 1583?
However, I hope I don't screw things up too much if I respond,I believe it's that the period of the pendulum is independent of the amplitude
Since the asker has not returned to confirm the accuracy of your answer and it seems like you are correct, feel free to ask a question.You should wait until V_[-_-]_v verifies your answer before you post a question .The period would double (increase by a factor of 2), since the new period = 2pi*sqrt(2l/(g/2)) = 2*(2pi*sqrt(l/g)) = 2*(old period).clepsydra = water clock.
It is an improvement from sundials.
If the length of a pendulum is doubled, and the gravitational constant of Earth is halved (somehow ), by what factor does the period increase?
What property of a simple pendulum did Galileo discover in 1583?
However, I hope I don't screw things up too much if I respond,I believe it's that the period of the pendulum is independent of the amplitude
the number of wavelengths of a certain color of light emitted by a certain atom in the ground state (I think it's cesium)
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