Oscillations & SHM
by Barbara Neocleous
| 10 Questions
A mass on a spring oscillates 8 times in 1 second. What is the frequency?
A mass on a spring has a time period of 0.2 seconds. What is the frequency?
Apart from the mass on a spring, what other example can you state of a simple harmonic motion?
A mass on a spring performs 10 oscillations in 3.68 seconds. What is the time period and frequency?
T = 0.368 s , f = 0.27 Hz
T = 3.68 s, f = 0.27 Hz
T = 3.68 s, f = 2.7 Hz
T = 0.368 s, f = 2.7 Hz
If the frequency of an oscillator is 9.4 Hz, calculate the tie period T. Show your work and include units in your answer
Show your work
The graph above shows the position with time of a simple harmonic oscillator. What is the amplitude?
The graph above shows the position with time of a simple harmonic oscillator. What is the time period?
The moon completes one full cycle around the Earth in 27.32 days. What is the frequency of oscillation?
Explain what is meant by the term 'damped oscillator'.
Explain what is meant by the term 'resonance', in the context of oscillators.
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