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Problem: A pendulum is made by tying a 510 g ball to a 47.0 cm -long string. The pendulum is pulled 24.0 to one side, then released. You may want to review (Pages 234 - 238).What is the balls speed at the lowest point of its trajectory?To what angle does the pendulum swing on the other side?

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A pendulum is made by tying a 510 g ball to a 47.0 cm -long string. The pendulum is pulled 24.0 to one side, then released.

You may want to review (Pages 234 - 238).

What is the balls speed at the lowest point of its trajectory?

To what angle does the pendulum swing on the other side?

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