Physics Advance Illustration
Simple Harmonic Motion
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Illustration - 4 Superposition of SHMs
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Illustration - 18 Overtaking in SHM
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  1.  
  2. a block of mass m collides perfectly inelastically with another identical block connected to a spring of force constant k the amplitude of resulting SHM will be
    1 years ago by ashok Theja

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  4. SIr how a1/w1 = a2/w2 = a1+a2 / w1+w2 ??????
    1 years ago by Sushabh Deshmukh
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    a1/w1=a2/w2------gives-----a1/a2=w1/w2------add 1 to both sides and take LCM-----(a1+a2)/a2=(w1+w2)/w2-----gives--------a2/w2=(a1+a2)/(w1+w2)
    1 years ago by Mohak Sharma
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    absolutely right
    1 years ago by harshavardhan reddy
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    it's simply relative motion
    3 months ago by Raghu Vamshi

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  6. Sir on the circle why we did not map A and B particles moving towards each other
    2 years ago by Mohak Sharma
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    Pl see the diagram carefully we are taking A and B initially on the opposite sides of circle as they start their oscillations from extreme position so they will be moving toward each other only...however after some time when the strings become paralle they will cross each other in opposite direction...
    2 years ago by Physics Galaxy
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    Sir how a1/w1 = a2/w2 = a1+a2 / w1+w2 ?????
    1 years ago by Sushabh Deshmukh

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