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Calculate the time in which a tuning fork of frequency 256 hz completes 32 vibrations ?

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    its (1/256)*32..ie time taken for one oscilattion times the total no of oscillations..

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    how

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    what formula u used

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    frequency is the number of oscillations produced in one second...so the inverse of it is the time taken for one oscillation...which u multiply with number ofoscillations..thats all

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    thanks

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    how to define amplitude

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    its the height of a wave..more height more intensity!

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    bye

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    bye

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