On this page, you will find a *sample solved numerical problem based on the time period of the pendulum*.

A **numerical worksheet **with selected problems of the pendulum is given below this.

The solutions to these problems are also given (a link to the solution page is given along with the numerical problem).

## sample numerical – solved

Q: An antique clock has a pendulum that is 0.20 m long. What is its period?

A: The period is calculated using the equation of the time period of the pendulum:

**Reference & related study**: derivation of the time period & other equations of a pendulum

## Numerical worksheet based on the pendulum’s time period equation

Q1 ) A 20.0 kg chandelier is suspended from a high ceiling with a cable 6.0 m long. What is its period of oscillation as it swings?

ans: the solution is given on the next page. *link is given below*.

Q2 ) What is the length of a pendulum that oscillates 24.0 times per minute?

ans: the solution is given on the next page. link is given below.

Q3 ) The ceiling in our physics classroom is approximately 3.6 m high. How long did it take the bowling ball pendulum to swing across the room and back?

ans: the solution is given on the next page. link is given below.

**Use the next button below to go to the SOLUTION page.**