Simple Harmonic Motion


by Hardik Batra
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Mar20-13, 05:34 AM
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what is the limitation of T = 2π [itex]\sqrt{\frac{m}{k}}[/itex]
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Hello Hardik!

Are you talking about a pendulum?

A pendulum is never exactly shm, but it is very nearly so if we assume θ = sinθ.

Since sinθ = θ - θ3/6 +

that means the error will be a function of θ2/6

to find out what function, just plough through the proof.




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