Pendulum Experiments- Part 1

Unit 3: Gravity
Lesson 4 of 11

Objective: SWBAT design a pendulum experiment based on Galileo's work in the 16th Century.

Big Idea: Galileo discovered the concept of pendulums by observing the swinging of lamps at a cathedral in Pisa. He used these observations to create experiments with pendulums and to describe them in mathematical terms

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