## How is period affected by amplitude?

The period does not depend on the Amplitude. The period depends on k and the mass. The more amplitude the more distance to cover but the faster it will cover the distance. The distance and speed will cancel each other out, so the period will remain the same.

## Does amplitude affect pendulum period?

The greater the amplitude, or angle, the farther the pendulum falls; and therefore, the longer the period.) Since the force of gravity is less on the Moon, the pendulum would swing slower at the same length and angle and its frequency would be less.)

## Does period depend on length?

The period of a pendulum does not depend on the mass of the ball, but only on the length of the string. Two pendula with different masses but the same length will have the same period. Two pendula with different lengths will different periods; the pendulum with the longer string will have the longer period.

## What is the reciprocal of period?

Answer: frequency is the reciprocal of time period.

## How do you calculate oscillation?

Simple harmonic motion equations

- A is the amplitude of oscillations,
- ω is the angular frequency of oscillations in rad/s. It can be calculated as ω = 2πf , where f is the frequency,
- t is the time point when you measure the particle’s displacement,
- y is the displacement,
- v is the velocity, and.
- a is the acceleration.

## What is one oscillation of a pendulum?

The pendulum is said to have completed one oscillation when its bob,starting from its mean position O, moves to A, to B and back to O. The pendulum also completes one oscillation when its bob moves from one extreme position A to the other extreme position B and comes back to A.

## How is time period defined?

A time period (denoted by ‘T” ) is the time taken for one complete cycle of vibration to pass a given point. As the frequency of a wave increases, the time period of the wave decreases. The period of a pendulum is the time it takes from one side to the other and back.

## How do you find the time period of a pendulum?

How to analyze a pendulum in swing

- Determine the length of the pendulum.
- Decide a value for the acceleration of gravity.
- Calculate the period of oscillations according to the formula above: T = 2π√(L/g) = 2π * √(2/9.80665) = 2.837 s .
- Find the frequency as the reciprocal of the period: f = 1/T = 0.352 Hz .

## What do you mean by time period of a pendulum?

A pendulum is a weight suspended from a pivot so that it can swing freely. The time for one complete cycle, a left swing and a right swing, is called the period. The period depends on the length of the pendulum and also to a slight degree on the amplitude, the width of the pendulum’s swing.

## What is frequency of a pendulum?

A Pendulum is a weight (bob) that swings back and forth. Frequency is how many times something happens in a certain amount of time—like how many times a pendulum swings back and forth in 30 seconds.

## Does the frequency of a pendulum depends on its length?

Frequency f of a simple pendulum depends on its length ℓ and acceleration g due to gravity according to the following equation f=2π1lg .

## Why does period increase with length of pendulum?

The length of the string affects the pendulum’s period such that the longer the length of the string, the longer the pendulum’s period. This makes that the pendulum with the longer string completes less back and forth cycles in a given amount of time, because each cycle takes it more time.

## What is the length of a pendulum with a period of 1 second?

0.25 meters

## What is the length of simple pendulum whose time period is 2 second?

Calculation : ⚽ Second pendulum is the simple pendum, having time period of 2 second. Its effective length is 99.992cm or approximate one metre on earth.

## What length pendulum will produce a period of 1.0 s?

0.248 m