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Have a look at this and here’s a question for you, what does what you’re seeing right here have to do with neutrinos? Do you know the answer? Got a guess? Write in the comments right now and by the end of this video you’ll know if you were right. What this is is a

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Mr. P: Good morning. Let’s start with a dot moving in the y-direction in simple harmonic motion, just like a vertical mass spring system. Flipping Physics If we set the dot in motion at a constant velocity to the right, Bo what sort of function does that create? Bo: That looks just like a sine

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let’s find out the time period of s echch m of a simple pendulum. we know that, a simple pendulum is a bob which is tied up at one end of an ideal inextensible string, of length l, and the bob mass is m. in this situation at iquilibrium position we can simply state tension

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in this illustration we’ll analyze s h m by its equation, we are given that in linear motion of a particle its displacement, as a function of time is given by, this expression and we are required to show that this motion is s h m, and we are also required to find its amplitude.

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if we just find out the variation of, time period of a compound pendulum with l-c, we can just have a look, if time period and l-c, is plotted on a scale. we can say when l-c is equal to zero that means when the body is suspended from center of mass, here you can

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