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BLOSSOMS - Finding Acceleration of Gravity "g" using Pendulum (English Voiceover)

This very interactive video lesson uses the Simple Pendulum experiment to enable students to answer the fundamental question: What is the value of g in my school and in my home? Students will learn to calculate this value by working in groups to make pendulums of different lengths and by learning to count pendulum oscillations.

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