anonymous
  • anonymous
he motion of a pendulum for which the maximum displacement from equilibrium varies is an example of simple harmonic motion.
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anonymous
  • anonymous
True or false?
anonymous
  • anonymous
I claim its false
anonymous
  • anonymous
why do you claim it to be false?

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anonymous
  • anonymous
simple harmonic motion is periodic motion in which the restoring force is proportional to the displacement - neither driven, nor damped. So, if the maximum varies.. it has to be one or the other. I don't think that meets 'simple'... If that makes sense
anonymous
  • anonymous
Then again, I'm not sure either.
anonymous
  • anonymous
not hundred percent sure but I say false because distance increase would be driven , decrease would mean damped
anonymous
  • anonymous
Just so long as I'm not the only one! Thank you :3

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