## The laws of a simple pendulum

1st law or the law of isochronism: The time period (T) is constant when effective length (L) and gravity (g) are constants. This means that a pendulum will take same time in completing each oscillation,…

1st law or the law of isochronism: The time period (T) is constant when effective length (L) and gravity (g) are constants. This means that a pendulum will take same time in completing each oscillation,…

Definition: If the time period of a pendulum is 2 seconds, it is called Seconds Pendulum. i.e. It is a pendulum which takes one second in making half of a complete oscillation. It is often…

Definition: A Simple Pendulum is defined as a heavy particle suspended by a weightless, in-extensible but perfectly flexible string. The point of suspension should be a rigid support about which it must oscillate without any…

Definition: It is a kind of periodic motion in which an object reverses its direction after a certain interval of time. Any particle in periodic motion executing back and forth motion over the same path…

Definition: If the motion of a particle (or an object) is such that, it passes through a certain point from the same direction after a certain definite interval of time, then the motion is known…

If the periodic and oscillatory motion of a particle is such that, its acceleration is directly proportional to the displacement from its equilibrium position of rest and is always directed towards the equilibrium position, then…

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