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falling toward Earth. The farther the object falls, the faster

it is moving when it hits the ground. For each second that

an object falls, its speed increases by a constant amount,

called the acceleration due to gravity, denoted g. One way

to calculate the value of g is to use a simple pendulum. 28 May 2011

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