# what is periodic motion

Periodic motion :-

• Motion that repeats itself after some period of time ,is called periodic motion

• The motion of the pendulum , a branch of tree moving to and fro , motion of a child on a swing , strings of a guitar or the surface of drums{tabla}being played are all the the examples of periodic moition

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Oscillating motion.Eg.pendulam in a clock.

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3Linear motion is when an object moves forward in a straight line. But there are times when the motion has constraints, such that it moves back and forth in regular motion. This is called periodic motion and can be seen in such examples of a weight on a string and seen how it swinging back and forth or a ball will bouncing up and down.

## Examples of periodic motion

Periodic motion is any motion that repeats itself. Examples of periodic motion include a bouncing ball, vibrating spring, circular motion, and a pendulum.

### Bouncing ball

If you drop a ball, it will start to bounce in a regular fashion. A good rubber ball or a super-ball will keep bouncing for a long time. Because of internal friction and air resistance, the ball bounces less and less each time, until it finally stops. A perfect ball-without friction-would bounce forever.

### Vibrating spring

If you start a spring vibrating, it will continue to move back-and-forth for a long time. Internal friction slows it down or dampens its vibrations.

### Circular motion

Spin a weight on a string around in circles. This is a periodic motion that repeats itself every rotation. The Earth rotates around the Sun in a periodic circular motion.

### Pendulum

If you swing a weight on a string, it will go back and forth in regular periodic motion. Once it got started, such a pendulum would move back-and-forth forever if it was not for internal friction in the string and air resistance.

## periodic motion

3Linear motion is when an object moves forward in a straight line. But there are times when the motion has constraints, such that it moves back and forth in regular motion. This is called periodic motion and can be seen in such examples of a weight on a string and seen how it swinging back and forth or a ball will bouncing up and down.

## Examples of periodic motion

Periodic motion is any motion that repeats itself. Examples of periodic motion include a bouncing ball, vibrating spring, circular motion, and a pendulum.

### Bouncing ball

If you drop a ball, it will start to bounce in a regular fashion. A good rubber ball or a super-ball will keep bouncing for a long time. Because of internal friction and air resistance, the ball bounces less and less each time, until it finally stops. A perfect ball-without friction-would bounce forever.

### Vibrating spring

If you start a spring vibrating, it will continue to move back-and-forth for a long time. Internal friction slows it down or dampens its vibrations.

### Circular motion

Spin a weight on a string around in circles. This is a periodic motion that repeats itself every rotation. The Earth rotates around the Sun in a periodic circular motion.

### Pendulum

If you swing a weight on a string, it will go back and forth in regular periodic motion. Once it got started, such a pendulum would move back-and-forth forever if it was not for internal friction in the string and air resistance.

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periodic motoin is a motion which takes the same time to do it.example like the moon it takes the same time every time to orbit earth then a pendulum moves from left to right and right to left in the same time it is called periodic motion.

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The motion which repeats itself after an interval of time is known as periodic motion.Eg-Pendulum,Surface of a drum,String of a guitar

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motion that recurs over and over and the period of time required for each recurrence remains the same.

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Periodic motion is a type of motion which reoccurs after a specific period of time.

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#### Periodic motion

Periodic motion is motion that repeats itself at regular intervals of time. Every body executing circular motion can be said to be executing periodic motion. For example, the pendulum of a wall clock moves at regular intervals, the bells in a church, a bouncing ball, a vibrating string and a swinging cradle are all in periodic motion.

#### Periodic motion

Periodic motion is motion that repeats itself at regular intervals of time. Every body executing circular motion can be said to be executing periodic motion. For example, the pendulum of a wall clock moves at regular intervals, the bells in a church, a bouncing ball, a vibrating string and a swinging cradle are all in periodic motion.

#### Periodic motion

Periodic motion is motion that repeats itself at regular intervals of time. Every body executing circular motion can be said to be executing periodic motion. For example, the pendulum of a wall clock moves at regular intervals, the bells in a church, a bouncing ball, a vibrating string and a swinging cradle are all in periodic motion.

#### Periodic motion

Periodic motion is motion that repeats itself at regular intervals of time. Every body executing circular motion can be said to be executing periodic motion. For example, the pendulum of a wall clock moves at regular intervals, the bells in a church, a bouncing ball, a vibrating string and a swinging cradle are all in periodic motion.

#### Periodic motion

Periodic motion is motion that repeats itself at regular intervals of time. Every body executing circular motion can be said to be executing periodic motion. For example, the pendulum of a wall clock moves at regular intervals, the bells in a church, a bouncing ball, a vibrating string and a swinging cradle are all in periodic motion.

#### Periodic motion

Periodic motion is motion that repeats itself at regular intervals of time. Every body executing circular motion can be said to be executing periodic motion. For example, the pendulum of a wall clock moves at regular intervals, the bells in a church, a bouncing ball, a vibrating string and a swinging cradle are all in periodic motion.

#### Periodic motion

Periodic motion is motion that repeats itself at regular intervals of time. Every body executing circular motion can be said to be executing periodic motion. For example, the pendulum of a wall clock moves at regular intervals, the bells in a church, a bouncing ball, a vibrating string and a swinging cradle are all in periodic motion.v

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A motion that repeats itself in equal intervals of time is called Periodic Motion.

periodic motion, in physics, motion repeated in equal intervals of time. Periodic motion is performed, for example, by a rocking chair, a bouncing ball, a vibrating tuning fork, a swing in motion, the Earth in its orbit around the Sun, and a water wave. In each case the interval of time for a repetition, or cycle, of the motion is called a period, while the number of periods per unit time is called the frequency. Thus, the period of the Earth’s orbit is one year, and its frequency is one orbit per year. A tuning fork might have a frequency of 1,000 cycles per second and a period of 1 millisecond (1 thousandth of a second).

A vibrating object is wiggling about a fixed position. Like the mass on a spring in the animation at the right, a vibrating object is moving over the same path over the course of time. Its motion repeats itself over and over again.  hope it helps!!

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A motion that repeats itself in equal intervals of time is called Periodic Motion.

periodic motion , in physics, motion repeated in equal intervals of time. Periodic motion is performed, for example, by a rocking chair, a bouncing ball, a vibrating tuning fork, a swing in motion, the Earth in its orbit around the Sun, and a water wave . In each case the interval of time for a repetition, or cycle, of the motion is called a period, while the number of periods per unit time is called the frequency . Thus, the period of the Earth’s orbit is one year, and its frequency is one orbit per year. A tuning fork might have a frequency of 1,000 cycles per second and a period of 1 millisecond (1 thousandth of a second).  • 1

Periodic motion is that which repeats itself after regular, specific intervals of time. • 6

Motion that repeats itself in a fixed time interval is called perodic motion. The motion of a planet around the sun is a perodic motion.

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Periodic motion is any motion that repeats itself. Examples of periodic motion include a bouncing ball, vibrating spring, circular motion, and a pendulum

In other words periodic motion is the  motion repeated in equal intervals of time.

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3Linear motion is when an object moves forward in a straight line. But there are times when the motion has constraints, such that it moves back and forth in regular motion. This is called periodic motion and can be seen in such examples of a weight on a string and seen how it swinging back and forth or a ball will bouncing up and down.

## Examples of periodic motion

Periodic motion is any motion that repeats itself. Examples of periodic motion include a bouncing ball, vibrating spring, circular motion, and a pendulum.

### Bouncing ball

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periodic motion is motion which is held after equal intervals of time.

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#### Periodic motion

Periodic motion is motion that repeats itself at regular intervals of time. Every body executing circular motion can be said to be executing periodic motion. For example, the pendulum of a wall clock moves at regular intervals, the bells in a church, a bouncing ball, a vibrating string and a swinging cradle are all in periodic motion.v

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3Linear motion is when an object moves forward in a straight line. But there are times when the motion has constraints, such that it moves back and forth in regular motion. This is calledperiodic motion and can be seen in such examples of a weight on a string and seen how it swinging back and forth or a ball will bouncing up and down.

## Examples of periodic motion

Periodic motion is any motion that repeats itself. Examples of periodic motion include a bouncing ball, vibrating spring, circular motion, and a pendulum.

### Bouncing ball

If you drop a ball, it will start to bounce in a regular fashion. A good rubber ball or a super-ball will keep bouncing for a long time. Because of internal friction and air resistance, the ball bounces less and less each time, until it finally stops. A perfect ball-without friction-would bounce forever.

### Vibrating spring

If you start a spring vibrating, it will continue to move back-and-forth for a long time. Internal friction slows it down or dampens its vibrations.

### Circular motion

Spin a weight on a string around in circles. This is a periodic motion that repeats itself every rotation. The Earth rotates around the Sun in a periodic circular motion.

### Pendulum

If you swing a weight on a string, it will go back and forth in regular periodic motion. Once it got started, such a pendulum would move back-and-forth forever if it was not for internal friction in the string and air resistance.

A motion that repeats itself in equal intervals of time is called Periodic Motion.

periodic motion , in physics, motion repeated in equal intervals of time. Periodic motion is performed, for example, by a rocking chair, a bouncing ball, a vibrating tuning fork, a swing in motion, the Earth in its orbit around the Sun, and a water wave . In each case the interval of time for a repetition, or cycle, of the motion is called a period, while the number of periods per unit time is called the frequency . Thus, the period of the Earth’s orbit is one year, and its frequency is one orbit per year. A tuning fork might have a frequency of 1,000 cycles per second and a period of 1 millisecond (1 thousandth of a second).  • 0

Motion of an object repeting itself after some time is known as pedioric motion

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Any motion which repeat after some fixed time is called periodic motion.

Ex-  pendulum, vibratory string etc.

All periodic motions are repetative but all repetative motions are not periodic.

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When a body moves after a regular time of interval , the body is described it as periodic motion

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an object repets its motion after some time is called periodic motion

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Periodic motion is any motion that repeats itself. Examples of periodic motion include a bouncing ball, vibrating spring, circular motion, and a pendulum.

Bouncing ball
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Periodic motion is any motion that repeats itself. Examples of periodic motion include a bouncing ball, vibrating spring, circular motion, and a pendulum.

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The motion which repeats itslf after a fixed interval of time is known as periodic motion .

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The motion which repeats itself at a regular interval of time is called Periodic notion.
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a type of motion that repeats itself after intervals of tine is called periodic motion examples of objects undergoing periodic motion are the to and fro motion of a pendulum ,the earth[rotating on its axis], the hands of a clock, the blades of a rotating electric fan,and the plucked string of a guitar
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a type of motion which repeats after interval is called periodic motion
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