# What is the formula to use when found to time period and frequency the formula not w

• r-soy
In summary: Moon surface differs from the attraction on the Earth surface.In summary, the period of a pendulum will change because of the difference in gravitational attraction between the Earth and Moon surfaces.
r-soy
A sconds pendulum taks 1 s to move from one extreme to the other

what is time period ?
what is frequency ?

what is the formula to use when found to time period and frequency the formula not written in our note

see... if you can define time period and frequency ... well, your problem would be solved!

You don't need formulas for everything... sometimes you got to make them on your own...meaning every formula can't be stuffed into any book... many change according to the given problem.

I try ,,,,

what is time period ?

it's = 2s

what is frequency ?

but the solving frequency by formula

what kinda english is that?

anyway, your time period is right and
f=1/t

The legend said:
what kinda english is that?

Probably non-native.

my language is not english

anyway, f=1/t that mean 1/1 = 1 but the unit should be what ?

what happen to the time period if you take your pendulum to the moon ?

thanks

r-soy said:
anyway, f=1/t that mean 1/1 = 1 but the unit should be what ?

What is unit of t? Take a look at the equation - what unit do you get from calculations?

what happen to the time period if you take your pendulum to the moon ?

Do you know any formula describing pendulum period?

Borek said:
What is unit of t? Take a look at the equation - what unit do you get from calculations?

i think the answe is 1s^-a are this uint and answe correct .
Do you know any formula describing pendulum period?

what happen to the time period if you take your pendulum to the moon ?

my answer is when we increase the pendulum the time period will decrease
because there is inverse relation between time and acceleration of gravity
help me

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Borek where are you ?

I think I told you I have a life outside PF? I am playing Fallout 3 if you are really interested.

r-soy said:
i think the answe is 1s^-a are this uint and answe correct .

s-a - I have no idea what you mean by a, so I have no idea whether you are right or not.

r-soy said:
my answer is when we increase the pendulum the time period will decrease because there is inverse relation between time and acceleration of gravity

Question was not about "increasing the pendulum" (whatever it should mean), but about moving it to the Moon. There is a grain of truth in your thinking - period of pendulum will change because gravitational attraction on the Moon surface differs from the attraction on the Earth surface.

sorry i mean s^-1 is this correct .

about (period of pendulum) will change because gravitational attraction on the Moon surface differs from the attraction on the Earth surface.

here (period of pendulum) or (period of time )

s-1 is correct. This unit has its own name - Hertz (Hz).

OK, period of pendulum will change - but will it get longer, or shorter?

it will come shorter

^^ i don't think so...

What is the formula used for period calculation, which values are constant and which are changing when you move from the Earth to Moon?

## 1. What is the formula for calculating time period?

The formula for calculating time period is T = 1/f, where T is the time period and f is the frequency.

## 2. How do I calculate frequency using time period?

To calculate frequency using time period, use the formula f = 1/T, where f is the frequency and T is the time period.

## 3. What units are used in the time period formula?

The time period formula uses units of seconds (s) for time and hertz (Hz) for frequency.

## 4. Can the time period formula be used for any type of wave?

Yes, the time period formula can be used for any type of wave, including sound waves, light waves, and electromagnetic waves.

## 5. What is the relationship between time period and frequency?

The time period and frequency are inversely proportional, meaning that as one increases, the other decreases. This relationship is described by the formula T = 1/f.

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