First, I hope this area is the right one for my question. I am working on a lab for Phyiscs I. The lab title is "Simple Harmonic Motion". Okay her is the deal and the question. My instructor told us to find the period by dividing the Time recorded by the number of oscillations (back and forth motion) (see below)(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

Time/ Number of oscillations (back and forth motion)

Is this the correct formula?

Thanks,

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# Homework Help: Simple Harmonic Motion

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