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# Assume that a pendulum used to drive a grandfather clock has a length l0=1.00m and a mass m at temperature t=20.00°c. it can be modeled as a physical pendulum as a rod oscillating around one end. by what percentage will the period change if the temperature increases by 10°c? assume the length of the rod changes linearly with temperature, where l=l0(1+αδt) and the rod is made of brass (α=18×10−6°c−1). Answers: 3  ### Other questions on the subject: Physics Physics, 22.06.2019 14:30, raoufhanna
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