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`        In case of conical pendulum -Time period (T1) =)2 pi r)/vBy replacing v by( omega × r) ,we gwt(T1)=(2 pi )/omega By replacing ( omega ) by (g/h)^1/2     -(restricted to conical pendulum )We get (T1)=(2 pi ) × (h/g)^1/2 If everything is correct then it contradicts thae fact that "Time period of conical pendulum is indipendent of theta (inclination with vertical height ) if angle theta is very small "Correct statement according to formula derieved above should be -"The period of a conical pendulum is indipendent of theta irrispective of theta being small or large " Please comment and correct me if i am wrong `
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