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JoeS
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In the pendulum formula , we use g = 9.8 m/s2 for the acceleration due to gravity on Earth. But what about on Mars? If an astronaut on the surface of Mars swings a 1-meter long pendulum, and it has a period of 3.27 seconds, what is the acceleration due to gravity, g, on Mars?

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annabanna712

The Gravitational Field Strength  on Mars is  ~3.7m/s² Unfortunately, i can not help you with The pendulum part of this problem, as i do not know the Physics of Pendulums.

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