The period T, in seconds, of a pendulum is given by the equation below with length, l, in meters.

T = 2pi*sqrt(l/9.8)

(a) How fast does the period increase?

need some help please, these rate problems give me trouble...

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- Apr 2nd 2008, 11:18 AMmathleteRates!!
The period T, in seconds, of a pendulum is given by the equation below with length, l, in meters.

T = 2pi*sqrt(l/9.8)

(a) How fast does the period increase?

need some help please, these rate problems give me trouble... - Apr 2nd 2008, 12:40 PMTheEmptySet
- Apr 2nd 2008, 12:46 PMmathlete
no sorry, it wants us to find dT/dl, so we're supposed to differentiate with respect to l, sorry...

- Apr 2nd 2008, 04:52 PMTheEmptySet