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Using Physics

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Paul Sheffield

on 13 January 2014

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Transcript of Using Physics

Starter
Using the text book page 229
find the centre of mass of a piece of card
draw a diagram to explain the method.
Simple Pendulum (diagram)
Amplitude of an oscillating object (equilibrium to highest point)
Time Period (between successive phases)
measure the time period
time 20 complete cycles
d
divide by 20
Equation
Time period = 1/ Frequency of the oscillations (Hz)

T= 1/F
The Pendulum
Image by Tom Mooring
Practical
Using Physics
L.O
Finding the centre of mass
Pendulum

Does the time period depend on the amplitude?
plot a graph of time period against amplitude in mm,
Does the time period depend on pendulum length?
Plot a suitable graph
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