A simple pendulum consists of a mass m (the “bob”) hanging on the end of a thin string of length and negligible mass. The bob is pulled sideways so the string makes a 5.0° angle to the vertical; when released, it oscillates back and forth at a frequency f. If the pendulum is started at a 10.0° angle instead, its frequency would be

(a) twice as great.

(b) half as great.

(c) the same, or very close to it.

(d) not quite twice as great.

(e) a bit more than half as great.