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A simple pendulum is taken from pole to equator.What is its time period?

A simple pendulum is taken from pole to equator.What is its time period?

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bhanuveer danduboyina
95 Points
10 years ago

At poles gravity increases and so the time period of the time pendulum increases as T = 2pi( l/g)1/2

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Kunal Sindhi
13 Points
4 years ago
Time period of simple pendulum decreases..As Radius is decresing, g increases.And T is inversely proportional to squareroot of g..So more g, less the T value.
SHAHID
13 Points
4 years ago
when a pendulum is taken from pole to equator then its time period increases because equatorial radius is greater than polar radius.as time period is in inverse relation to square root of “g”.

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