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    Hi guys,Just wondering when considering a compound pendulum why the graph of T^2 against L would have a non linear relationship.Is it to do with the fact that a compound pendulum has a different relationship between T and L than a simple pendulum does.(with L being the distance between the pivot point and the centre of mass of the object in question).Thanks!
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