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The period of oscillation of the mass on spring is 3 s when the amplitude is 1 cm. What is the period of oscillation when the amplitude is increased to 2 cm? A. T = 6 s B. T = 1.5 s C. T = 3 s D. T = 2 s x = A cos ω t ω does not depend on A .
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g L 2 T π = Tension A sphere of mass 1 kg is attached to a string of length 57 cm to form a simple pendulum with period of 1.5 second. If the mass of the sphere is doubled, what is the new period of oscillation?
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Unformatted text preview: A. T = 6 s B. T = 1.5 s C. T = 3 s D. T = 2 s g L 2 T = Tension A sphere of mass 1 kg is attached to a string of length 57 cm to form a simple pendulum with period of 1.5 second. If the length of the string is increased by a factor of 4 to 228 cm, what is the new period of oscillation? A. T = 1 s B. T = 1.5 s C. T = 3 s D. T = 6 s Quiz (will count for credit)...
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