Trigonometric Identities - Problems

Trigonometric Identities – Problems

Trigonometric Identities – Problems Trigonometric identities that involve trigonometric function that are true for every single value of the occurring variable. in other words, they are equation that hold true regardless of the value of the angles being chosen. Trigonometric identities are as follow. sin²θ + cos²θ = 1 sec²θ – tan²θ = 1 cosec²θ Read more about Trigonometric Identities – Problems[…]

Displacement in Simple Harmonic Motion

Displacement in Simple Harmonic Motion

Displacement in Simple Harmonic Motion (1) The displacement of a particle executing Simple Harmonic Motion at an instant is defined as the distance of particle from the mean position at that instant. (2) Simple harmonic Motion is also defined as the projection of uniform circular motion of any diameter of circle of reference. (3) If Read more about Displacement in Simple Harmonic Motion[…]