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## what is the equation of displacement of SHO and what is its general formula?

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## Define amplitude

Asked by Dilip 26th June 2017 11:41 PM
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## If a pendulum that is one metre long has a time period of one secon, then what will be the time period of a pendulum that is 4 metres long?

Asked by uddesh75 10th December 2017 6:43 PM
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## But what I think is that if ice starts melting its weight will also start decreasing and ultimately tension force in string so effective length of the string also will decrease and therefore, time period of the pendulum. Also if 2 bobs of different mass are taken for 2 different pendulum then, time period would remain unaffected but if mass (here, weight) changes while it is oscillating then its time period would change. Am I correct?

Asked by dr_pradip27121972 18th December 2017 3:06 PM
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## define simple harmonic motion. derive an expression for the potential energy and K.E of a harmonic oscillator. hence show that total energy remains conserved in S.H.M

Asked by futureisbright051101 5th March 2018 7:30 PM
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## A moving particle of mass m has noe dimensional potential energy U(x)=a*x^2   +   b*x^2, where a and b are poisitve constants.The angular frequency of small oscillations about minima of the potential energy is equal to:

Asked by saraswatmajumder 16th March 2018 12:27 AM
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## The magnitude of average accleration in halt time period in a simple harmonic motion is(ans:2Aw^2/pi).

Asked by saraswatmajumder 16th March 2018 12:28 AM
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## two simple pendulums having periods of 2s and 3s respectively pass through the meam position simultaneously at a particular instant.They may be in phase an interval of.:

Asked by saraswatmajumder 16th March 2018 12:29 AM
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## A cylindrical block of density p is partially immersed in a liquid of density 3p.The plane surface of the block remains parallel to the surface of the liquid.The height of the block is 60cm.The block performs SHM when displaced from its mean position(use: g=9.8 m/s^2).which are true? the maximum amplitude is 20cm the maximum amplitude is 40cm. the timeperiod will be 2pi/7

Asked by saraswatmajumder 16th March 2018 12:33 AM
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## sir please answer

Asked by minipkda 23rd May 2018 7:30 PM
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## The displacement of the particle at time 't' will be (in question 8) ?

Asked by arunavamitra50 16th June 2018 10:10 AM
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## a body is executing SHM. When the displacement from the mean position are 4cm and 5cm respectively, the magnitude of the corresponding velocity of the body are 10cm and 8cm . The time period of the body is

Asked by vvelesha 13th September 2018 6:39 PM
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## a particle is in SHM with time period 3sec. calculate the displacement of the particle from mean position after t=0.5sec is

Asked by vvelesha 13th September 2018 6:45 PM
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## The time period of a particle undergoing SHM is 16 s. It starts motion from the mean position. After 2 s, its velocity is 0.4ms−10.4ms−1. The amplitude of oscillation is

Asked by nipunverma59 7th October 2018 1:47 PM
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## A particle executes SHM with an amplitude 4 cm. At what displacement from the mean position its energy is half kinetic and half potential

Asked by nipunverma59 8th October 2018 4:39 PM
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## How long after the beginning of motion is the displacement of a harmonically oscillating particle equal to one half its its amplitude if the period is24s and particle starts from rest.

Asked by aradhanarishab 25th November 2018 11:11 PM
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## how to decide a fuction is a periodic, or non periodic and simple hormonic. sin square omega t" is it a periodic or simple hormonic? pl explain

Asked by mvenkataram 1st December 2018 3:50 AM
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## A  particle is executing SHM of amplitude 'A'.  The distance of the point from the equilibrium position, at which its potential energy is 25% of its kinetic energy, will be A) A/√2      B) A/√3     C) A/√5    D) A/√7

Asked by Rajendra 2nd January 2019 8:42 PM
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## A particle which is attached to a spring oscillates horizontally with simple harmonic motion with a frequency of 1/Pi Hz and the total energy 10J.If the maximum speed of the particle is 0.4ms^-1,what is the force constant of the spring,what will be the max potential energy of the spring during motion?

Asked by Vidushi412 14th January 2019 9:43 PM
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## A travelling harmonic wave is represented by the equation y(x,t) = 10–3 sin (50t + 2x), where, x and y are in  mater and t is in seconds. Which of the following is a correct statement about the wave ?  (1) The wave is propagating along the positive x-axis with speed 100 ms–1  (2) The wave is propagating along the positive x-axis with speed 25 ms–1 (3) The wave is propagating along the negative x-axis with speed 25 ms–1 (4) The wave is propagating along the negative x-axis with speed 100 ms–1 Why is the wave propagating along negative direction please explain

Asked by nipunverma59 22nd January 2019 8:16 PM
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## Horizontal platform with an object placed on it is executing SHM in vertical direction the amplitude of oscillation is 4 × 10 ^-3m what must be the least period of these oscillations so that the object is not detached from the platform why have they said that the maximum acceleration should be equal to g what is the reason for this and what is the meaning of least period of these oscillations are there many periods of oscillation. Explain with diagram if possible

Asked by rheavirginkar 4th March 2019 11:53 AM
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## two particles execute SHM of the same amplitude and frequency along the same straight line the past one another when going in opposite directions each time that displacement is half the amplitude what is the phase difference between them what is the meaning of they pass one another when going in opposite directions each time that displacement is half the amplitude how do you get the answer please reply in need

Asked by rheavirginkar 4th March 2019 11:54 AM
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## particle is in linear SHM of amplitude A and time period t if v refers to its average speed during any interval of T÷3 Then the maximum possible value of v is  a 3 root 3 / T ×A b 3 root a / T 2 root 3 / T ×A d 3A/T Please draw approximate phasor diagram and also mathematical way for me to understand thank you for help

Asked by rheavirginkar 5th March 2019 12:35 AM
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## Please help can you explain to me what the question is asking

Asked by rheavirginkar 7th March 2019 11:42 AM
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## Why is b option not correct since there's difference of 2 in pot and kinetic energy

Asked by rheavirginkar 7th March 2019 11:51 AM
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## Two particles execute SHM of same amplitude and same time period about same mean position but with a phase difference.At an instant they are found to cross each other at x=A/3.Then phase difference between them is

Asked by Selvabhavani25 11th March 2019 4:20 PM
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## Please explain

Asked by nipunverma59 31st March 2019 1:58 PM
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## Solve

Asked by adjacentcalliber10 14th May 2019 11:12 AM
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## when the displacement is half of the amplitude,then what fraction of total energy of a simple harmonic oscillator is kinetic ?

Asked by Lohalaksita18 18th May 2019 10:39 AM
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