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Unformatted text preview: component of the velocity. What can you say about the frequency of the x and y motion? A) ωx1>ωx2, ωy1>ωy2 B) ωx1<ωx2, ωy1=ωy2 C) ωx1=ωx2, ωy1>ωy2 D) ωx1<ωx2, ωy1<ωy2 E) ωx1=ωx2, ωy1=ωy2 5 Which of the below trajectories most closely resembles case 2 in the last question, where vy0=0 and vx0<0 at the release point? A B C D E A 2D oscillator traces out the following path in the xyplane. What can you say about the frequencies of the x and y motion? A) ωx = 4ωy B) ωx = 2ωy C) ωx = ωy D) ωx = 0.5 ωy E) ωx =0.25 ωy 6 A 2D oscillator traces out the following path in the xyplane. What can you say about the Amplitudes of the x and y motion? A) Ax > Ay B) Ax ≈ Ay C) Ax < Ay 7...
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This note was uploaded on 02/27/2012 for the course PHYSICS 2210 taught by Professor Stevepollock during the Spring '11 term at Colorado.
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