QuizApr8_2008

QuizApr8_2008 - not depend on 1 The value of the mass 2 The...

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Period 2 Question 1

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For a mass attached to a spring and oscillating, the period will depend on: 1. The value of the mass 2. The distance the mass is originally pulled 3. The maximum speed of the oscillating mass 4. All of the above it true 5. None of the above is true
Period 2 Question 2

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A simple pendulum is suspended from the ceiling of a stationary elevator, and the period is measured. If the elevator accelerates upward, does the period: 1) increase, 2) decrease, 3) remain the same 4) not enough information given
Period 3 Question 1

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For a mass attached to a spring and oscillating, the frequency of oscillations will

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Unformatted text preview: not depend on: 1. The value of the mass 2. The distance the mass is originally pulled 3. The spring constant 4. The frequency of oscillations does not depend on any of the above 5. The frequency of oscillations depends on all of the above (the mass, the distance the mass is originally pulled and on the spring constant) Period 3 Question 2 A simple pendulum is suspended from the ceiling of a stationary elevator, and the period is measured. If the elevator accelerates downward, does the period: 1) increase, 2) decrease, 3) remain the same 4) not enough information given...
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