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Two pendulums are swinging. One is a uniform rigid rod with a length of "l" and the other is a simple pendulum of relative length "l". Both have the same mass "m". Both are pulled back to the same angle of Theta relative to vertical and released simultaneously.

a) Which one will reach the bottom of the swing first?

b)Given the values l=80cm, Theta=30 degrees, and m=.200kg, what
will be the speed of each pendulum as it swings through the
bottom?

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