goodafternoon,Sir/Ma'am,i have a confusion about the value of time period (force law for SHM )
Asked by | 3rd Mar, 2008, 12:36: PM
in ncert time period's value is given 2 phi multiplied by root under inertial factor (m) divided by 2 times spring factor ,where as in Pradeep(reference book) its given 2 phi *root under (m)/(k),pls make it clear.thankyou very much.
Time period for a body in shm is given as:
Answered by | 8th Dec, 2017, 01:43: PM
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