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A pendulum is formed by pivoting a long, thin rod of length L and mass III about a point on the rod that is a distance d above the center of the rod. (a) Find the small-amplitude period of this pendulum in terms of d, L, m, and g. (b) Show that the period has a minimum value when d = L = 0.289L.

A pendulum is formed by pivoting a long, thin rod of length L and mass III about a point on the rod that is a distance d above the center of the rod. (a) Find the small-amplitude period of this pendulum in terms of d, L, m, and g. (b) Show that the period has a minimum value when d = L = 0.289L.

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Navjyot Kalra
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7 years ago
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