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Periodic motion and simple harmonic moti...
Periodic motion and simple harmonic motion
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Important Questions
A particle executes simple harmonic motion with a frequency
$_{′}f_{′}$
. The frequency with which its kinetic energy oscillates is?
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A simple harmonic oscillator has an amplitude a and time period T. The time required by it to a travel from x = a to x = a/2 is
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A simple harmonic motion is represented by
$x=10sin(20t+0.5)$
.
Write down its amplitude, angular frequency, frequency, time period and initial phase if displacement is measured in metres and time in second.
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The equation of motion of a particle executing SHM is
$(dt_{2}d_{2}x )+kx=0$
. The time period of the particle will be ?
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A simple pendulum completes 40 oscillation in a minute .Find its (a) frequency (b) time period.
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A simple harmonic motion is represented by
$y=5(sin3πt+3 cos3πt)cm$
The amplitude and time period of the motion are :
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A simple harmonic motion has an amplitude
$A$
and time period
$T$
. The time required by it to travel
$x=A$
to
$x=2A $
is:
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A particle executing simple harmonic motion of amplitude 5 cm has maximum speed of 31.4 cm/s. The frequency of its oscillation is :
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A particle executes simple harmonic motion between x = - A and x = + A .The time taken by it to go from O to A /2 is T
$_{1}$
and to go from A /2 to A is T
$_{2}$
. Then
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The displacement of a particle in S.H.M. is indicated by equation
$y=10sin(20t+π/3)$
where
$y$
is in metres. The value of time period of vibration will be (in seconds):
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