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# Simple Harmonic Motion - Physics Unit 4 NEED HELP!

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1. I need help on this question, http://prntscr.com/b3zhnm
I do not know how to do this, I thought of using the phase difference formula which is, phase diff = (2*pi*change in time period)/T
So by substituting the following into the equation:
From there on I'm unsure? I'd appreciate any help, and explaining how you got there, thanks in advance!
I need help on this question, http://prntscr.com/b3zhnm
I do not know how to do this, I thought of using the phase difference formula which is, phase diff = (2*pi*change in time period)/T
So by substituting the following into the equation:
From there on I'm unsure? I'd appreciate any help, and explaining how you got there, thanks in advance!
do u know the answer to the question?
3. i got 38s by going through common multiples of both but i found a mark scheme with the actual method https://www.wellswayschool.com/uploa...lar_motion.pdf
4. (Original post by garfieldkat)
do u know the answer to the question?
Oh yes, sorry it is 38 Seconds.
Oh yes, sorry it is 38 Seconds.
just go through the common multiple method.
Oh yes, sorry it is 38 Seconds.
just go through the common multiple method.
you'll find 1 oscillation difference between both.

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