- Periodic Motion
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- Simple Harmonic Motion
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- Equation of SHM
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- Characterstics of SHM
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- Velocity of SHM
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- Acceleration of SHM
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- Total Energy of SHM
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- Motion of a body suspended from a spring
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- Simple pendulum
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- The compound pendulum
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- Damped Oscillations
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- Driven or Forced Harmonic oscillator

In this page we have ** Important subjective questions on Simple Harmonic Motion for JEE Main/Advanced** . Hope you like them and do not forget to like , social share
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__Subjective Questions__

**Q-1**: A particle is situated at the end of the one arm of a tuning fork passes through its equilibrium position with a velocity of 2 ms^{-1}.The amplitude is 10^{-3} m

a) Determine the frequency and time period of the tuning fork

b) Write the equations expressing its displacement and velocity as a function of time .Assume initial phase is zero

**Q-2**: A 4 kg particle is moving along the x-axis under the action of the force

N

When t=2 sec the particle passes through the origin and when t=4 sec.its velocity is 4 m/s

a) Find the equation of the displacement

b) Show that the amplitude of motion is

**Q-3**: A particle is moving with SHM in a straight line, when the distance of the particle from the equilibrium position has the values x_{1} and x_{2,} the corresponding velocities are u_{1} and u_{2}. Show that time period of SHM is

**Q-4**: A cylinder of cross-sectional area S and length L is floating in a liquid of density ρ_{0}. Density of the cylinder is ρ. If the cylinder is slightly depressed and released, then describe the motion of the cylinder

**Q-5**:

A particle executes SHM with amplitude A.If its starting point from rest is

a) ψ =+A

b) ψ =-A

c) ψ =+A/2

Find the different values of the phase constant (Φ) for the equations

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