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The two pendulums shown in Fig. E14.57 each consist of a

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Problem 57E

The two pendulums shown in ?Fig. E14.57 each consist of a uniform solid ball of mass M supported by a rigid massless rod, but the ball for pendulum A is very tiny while the ball for pendulum B is much larger. Find the period of each pendulum for small displacements. Which ball takes longer to complete a swing?

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Author: Hugh D. Young, Roger A. Freedman
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