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    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:
    (2*Pi*0.10)/2 = Pi/10 Radians
    From there on I'm unsure? I'd appreciate any help, and explaining how you got there, thanks in advance!
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    (Original post by 1017bsquad)
    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:
    (2*Pi*0.10)/2 = Pi/10 Radians
    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?
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    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
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    (Original post by garfieldkat)
    do u know the answer to the question?
    Oh yes, sorry it is 38 Seconds.
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    (Original post by 1017bsquad)
    Oh yes, sorry it is 38 Seconds.
    just go through the common multiple method.
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    (Original post by 1017bsquad)
    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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