1st equation is derived from work energy theorem, second is the F= ma equation.
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The vertical displacement here is L(1-cos@).
Using WET, v at lowest point is √2gL(1-cos@)
Therefore centripetal acceleration at lowest point is v^2/L, which also happens to be the net acceleration a of the ball.
So, T - mg = ma, solving it you shall get the value of T
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The answer is C