Lavaneethan T posted an Question
December 02, 2021 • 21:45 pm 30 points
  • CSIR NET
  • Physical Sciences

Small oscillation

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  • Swapnadeep goswami

    I think in the given problem there is something wrong with the expression of w3, it does not have any k deoendence which is unphysical. Also according to Goldstein's book , w3 should be of the form √(k/m)(1+2m/M).

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