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Yash Goel

Nov 6, 2014

Please give 4-5 examples of both periodic and non-periodic motions. 

Examples of periodic motion: 
  1. The motion of the oscillating bob of the simple pendulum

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Yash Goel

Nov 6, 2014

what is the difference between uniform and non-uniform motion ? also give examples of both .

Answer.


Uniform Motion:
If a body travels equal distances in equal time intervals of time  then the body is  said to be in a state of uniform m...

Answer (4)

Mehnaaz

Nov 9, 2014

What is the motion of a needle of a sewing machine?
options are:-


a] rectilinear motion
b] periodic motion
c] translatory motion

The motion of a needle of a sewing machine is periodic motion. Since the motion of a needle repeats itself in equal intervals of time 
 

Answer (5)

Sanjeev Tiwari

Dec 6, 2014

1. Name a device which converts:
(a) electrical energy into light energy
(b) sound energy into electrical energy.
(c) chemical energy into electrical energy

2. What is the difference between applying a force and doing work?

1) Answer:
a) An electric bulb is a device , which can convert electrical energy into light energy.
b) Microphones convert sound waves into electrical energy. (the audi...

Answer (3)

Sudhakar

Mar 10, 2015

What are two differences between rectilinear and curvilinear motion?

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Perminder kaur

Aug 31, 2015

what is the similarities and difference between the motion of a bicycle and a ceiling fan that has been switched on

Similarities between the motion of a bicycle and a ceiling fan:
1. The blades of the fan and the bicycle are fixed at a point.
2. Both have circular motion about their respective fixed point.

Answer (1)

Yash Goel

Nov 5, 2014

what is the difference between periodic and non-periodic motion ?

thanks

Answer (2)

Baij Nath

Sep 10, 2014

What is the difference between periodic motion and oscillatory motion?

Periodic Motion:
A motion that repeats itself in equal intervals of time 
Example: Rotation of wheels of a car 
Oscillatory Mot...

Answer (3)

Ekta Bisht

Mar 3, 2015

Differentiate between rectilinear, oscillatory, circular, random, rotational, periodic motion. Give examples for each.

Rectilinear motion: Motion of the object that is moved in a straight line
Examples:
A car moving in a straight road 
Motion of elevators in ...

Answer (3)

Aarush

May 20, 2015

Write all the multiple and submultiple units of mass length and time

The SI unit of length is a metre.
Each metre is divided into 100 equal divisions called centimetre (cm). Each centimetre has ten divisions called millimetre (mm). Thus,
1m = 100 cm
1cm = 10...

Answer (1)

Yash Goel

Nov 6, 2014

Please give 4-5 examples of both periodic and non-periodic motions. 

Examples of periodic motion: 
  1. The motion of the oscillating bob of the simple pendulum

Answer (13)

Yash Goel

Nov 6, 2014

what is the difference between uniform and non-uniform motion ? also give examples of both .

Answer.


Uniform Motion:
If a body travels equal distances in equal time intervals of time  then the body is  said to be in a state of uniform m...

Answer (4)

Mehnaaz

Nov 9, 2014

What is the motion of a needle of a sewing machine?
options are:-


a] rectilinear motion
b] periodic motion
c] translatory motion

The motion of a needle of a sewing machine is periodic motion. Since the motion of a needle repeats itself in equal intervals of time 
 

Answer (5)

Sanjeev Tiwari

Dec 6, 2014

1. Name a device which converts:
(a) electrical energy into light energy
(b) sound energy into electrical energy.
(c) chemical energy into electrical energy

2. What is the difference between applying a force and doing work?

1) Answer:
a) An electric bulb is a device , which can convert electrical energy into light energy.
b) Microphones convert sound waves into electrical energy. (the audi...

Answer (3)

Sudhakar

Mar 10, 2015

What are two differences between rectilinear and curvilinear motion?

This answer has an image. Please click on the question to read more.

Answer (3)

Perminder kaur

Aug 31, 2015

what is the similarities and difference between the motion of a bicycle and a ceiling fan that has been switched on

Similarities between the motion of a bicycle and a ceiling fan:
1. The blades of the fan and the bicycle are fixed at a point.
2. Both have circular motion about their respective fixed point.

Answer (1)

Yash Goel

Nov 5, 2014

what is the difference between periodic and non-periodic motion ?

thanks

Answer (2)

Baij Nath

Sep 10, 2014

What is the difference between periodic motion and oscillatory motion?

Periodic Motion:
A motion that repeats itself in equal intervals of time 
Example: Rotation of wheels of a car 
Oscillatory Mot...

Answer (3)

Ekta Bisht

Mar 3, 2015

Differentiate between rectilinear, oscillatory, circular, random, rotational, periodic motion. Give examples for each.

Rectilinear motion: Motion of the object that is moved in a straight line
Examples:
A car moving in a straight road 
Motion of elevators in ...

Answer (3)

Aarush

May 20, 2015

Write all the multiple and submultiple units of mass length and time

The SI unit of length is a metre.
Each metre is divided into 100 equal divisions called centimetre (cm). Each centimetre has ten divisions called millimetre (mm). Thus,
1m = 100 cm
1cm = 10...

Answer (1)

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