Here goes the list of our posts on Periodic Motion and related topics and subtopics.

#### Simple Harmonic Motion of a Simple Pendulum

In this post, we will focus on a specific example of Simple Harmonic motion and it is the Simple Harmonic Motion of a Simple Pendulum. A simple pendulum consists of ...

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#### Transfers between kinetic & potential energy in a simple pendulum

In this post, we will discuss how transfers between kinetic energy and potential energy happen in a simple pendulum. We will also discuss Energy Conservation in a Simple Pendulum. Finally, ...

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#### Simple Harmonic Motion (S.H.M) revision notes

Simple harmonic motion is a type of periodic motion where the restoring force is directly proportional to the displacement (i.e., it follows Hooke’s Law). There are many situations where we ...

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#### Physics Lab: investigation to determine a value for acceleration due to gravity (g) using pendulum motion

This post is on Physics Lab work for performing a first-hand investigation to determine a value of acceleration due to gravity (g) using pendulum motion. This experiment is discussed extensively ...

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#### Conical Pendulum & Time period equation – derivation | Problem solved

We will discuss the following topics (1) What is a conical pendulum? (2) the time period of the conical pendulum - equation or formula of time period (3) Derivation of ...

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#### Harmonic Motion of a mass attached to a Spring with Horizontal oscillations – with graph | Time period equation & frequency

Horizontal oscillations of spring cause the Harmonic Motion of a mass attached to the Spring. We will study this here with diagrams and graphs and find out the following: A ...

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#### ICSE, CBSE class 9 physics problems from Simple Pendulum chapter with solution

Here we are listing down some numerical physics problems on simple pendulum. Class 9 students of ICSE, CBSE and state boards will find these useful. So let's start with our ...

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