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Physics chapter: oscillations

1. Reference particle P1 moves in a uniform circular motion, its projection particle P2
executes a simple harmonic motion such that . The magnitude of velocity, v, with which
the reference particle P1 is moving in a circle, is related to its angular speed. Given that
radius of circle is A and the angular velocity with which P1 moves in a uniform circular
motion, is . In function , represent to is a constant called phase constant.The expression
for instantaneous velocity of the particle executing SHM could be: (5)

2. The period of oscillation of an object in an ideal mass-spring system is 0.50 sec and the
amplitude is 5.0 cm. What is the speed at the equilibrium point?

(5)

3. A clock has a pendulum that performs one full swing every 1.0 sec. The object at the
end of the string weighs 10.0 N. What is the length of the pendulum?
Characteristics of SHM (5)

4. Draw a figure of a particle executing SHM whose speed is maximum when it is at the
origin and zero when it is at ± A. The time t is chosen to be zero when the particle is at
+A and it returns to +A at t = T. Mark various parameters such as mean position
displacement direction of force appropriately on the figure. (3)

5. What do you understand by term phase constant. explain its importance In relationship
of displacement in oscillation. can A particle executing SHM give two value of
Acceleration force For a given displacement.
(3)

6. A body oscillates with SHM . what is the displacement at t = 2 s (4)

7. Prove that the total energy of the particle executing SHM is conserved. (15)

8. Derive the formula giving time period of oscillation of a pendulum (10)
1. (5) 5. (3)

2. (5) 6. (4)

3. (5)
7. (15)

4. (3)
8. (10)