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1101_EXP_5_HW - y = g k m y o how would you calculate the...

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Physics 1101 Experiment 5 Homework NAME ________________________ 1) Are all periodic motions simple harmonic? Explain and give an example of a periodic motion that is not simple harmonic. 2) How are the acceleration and displacement related in simple harmonic motion? 3) If you were to plot y versus m using the equation
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Unformatted text preview: y = ( g / k ) m + y o , how would you calculate the value for k ? 4) What is a simple pendulum? If you were to suspend a baseball bat from one end and let it swing back and forth, does it make a simple pendulum? 5) Under what conditions does an oscillating mass tied to a string constitute a simple pendulum?...
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