Address the following and summarize with how observing the deductions of your peers at other stations affected, changed, or reinforced your conclusions:

- How might the length of the string of a pendulum affect the time is takes to swing back and forth one full oscillation?
- How might the weight on the end of the pendulum affect the time it takes to swing through one full oscillation?
- How could the angle intercepted by the string (central angle) as the pendulum swings through one full oscillation be affected by changing the string length?
- How could the angle intercepted by the string (central angle) as the pendulum swings through one full oscillation be affected by changing the pendulum weight?
- At what position(s) does the maximum instantaneous velocity occur?
- At what position(s) does the minimum instantaneous velocity occur?
- Is the chance in velocity as the pendulum moves through its arc constant (linear)? If not why do you say so? If yes justify.
- Could one derive a mathematical expression to predict the relationships questioned herein?