Physics A level: Fiducial Markers

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Why are Fiducial Marks positioned at equilibrium?
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Why are Fiducial Marks positioned at equilibrium?
Please give the context of your question.
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As you’re measuring vertical oscillations, it allows you to consistently measure the displacement of the mass from the equilibrium position.
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Make sure you are level with the marker so as not to commit parallax error
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Why are Fiducial Marks positioned at equilibrium?
a fudicial marker is used to mark the original starting point of something, so you can measure the amount something has changed. In your case, the size of the vertical oscillations can be measured as you have a start point of which you can measure from
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Why are Fiducial Marks positioned at equilibrium?
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