The period of a simple pendulum is independent of the mass of the bob. Keep in mind that the size of the bob does affect the length of the pendulum.
The period increases - by a factor of sqrt(2).
The mass has no significant effect on the period.
A shorter pendulum has a shorter period. A longer pendulum has a longer period.
Nothing, unless the centre of mass is changed, thereby altering the length of the pendulum.
A longer pendulum has a longer period. A more massive pendulum has a longer period.
The time period of a pendulum would increases it the pendulum were on the moon instead of the earth. The period of a simple pendulum is equal to 2*pi*√(L/g), where g is acceleration due to gravity. As gravity decreases, g decreases. Since the value of g would be smaller on the moon, the period of the pendulum would increase. The value of g on Earth is 9.8 m/s2, whereas the value of g on the moon is 1.624 m/s2. This makes the period of a pendulum on the moon about 2.47 times longer than the period would be on Earth.
The longer the length the slower the swing, as the pendulum head has to cover a long arc.
A longer pendulum has a longer period.
Height does not affect the period of a pendulum.
The period of the pendulum is unchanged by the angle of swing. See link.
The time of a back and forth swings is called period of a pendulum.
Increase the length of the pendulum