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What is a pendulum?

A pendulum is an object that is attached to a pivot point so  it can swing without friction. This object is subject to a  restoring force that will accelerate it toward an e (MORE)
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What is the bob of a pendulum?

The bob is the weight at the end of the pendulum. For example, in a grandfather clock the ball at the end of the stick is the bob.
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What is the equation for pendulums?

The most accurate way to model a pendulum (without air resistance) is as a differential equation in terms of the angle it makes with the vertical, θ, the length of the pendul (MORE)

What is bar pendulum?

A bar pendulum is a long iron rod, which use in the experiment of which one of the edges is fixed to move to and fro.

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What do you use pendulum for?

The pendulum has been used mainly as a timing device, and is part of the structure of a grandfather clock (of course, we have more compact, efficient, and accurate clocks now, (MORE)
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Period of a pendulum?

2 pi times the square root of (the length divided by acceleration due to gravity)
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What is derivatives?

A security whose price is dependent upon or derived from one or more underlying assets. The derivative itself is merely a contract between two or more parties. Its value is de (MORE)

What is the bearing of a pendulum?

The bearing on a clock pendulum is usually two knife edges with a cross piece balanced upon it supporting the pendulum. Sometimes on cheaper clocks a very thin strip of spring (MORE)