Amplitude.
Wavelength.
Wavelength.
Wavelength.
Amplitude.
Wavelength.
Frequency.
Period.
Amplitude.
Wavelength.
Frequency.
Period.
Is maximum.
Is less than maximum, but not zero.
Is zero.
Cannot be determined from the information given.
Is maximum.
Is less than maximum, but not zero.
Is zero.
Cannot be determined from the information given.
Is a maximum.
Is less than maximum, but not zero.
Is zero.
Cannot be determined from the information given
At either A or B
Midway between A and B
One-fourth of the way between A and B
One-fourth of the way between A and B
At either A or B
Midway between A and B
One-fourth of the way between A and B
None of the above
At either A or B
Midway between A and B
One-fourth of the way between A and B
None of the above
At either A or B
Midway between A and B
One-fourth of the way between A and B
None of the above
Increases the energy by a factor of two
Ncreases the energy by a factor of three
Increases the energy by a factor of four
Produces no change
Increases the energy by a factor of two
Increases the energy by a factor of three
Increases the energy by a factor of four
Produces no change
Increases the energy by a factor of two
Increases the energy by a factor of three
Increases he energy by a factor of four
Produces no change
Earth
The Moon
Same on both Earth and the Moon
Cannot be determined from the information given
The frequency increases.
The frequency decreases.
There is no change in the frequency.
The frequency increases if the ratio k/m is greater than or equal to 1 and decreases if the ratio k/m is less than 1.
The frequency increases.
The frequency decreases.
There is no change in the frequency.
The frequency increases if the ratio k/m is greater than or equal to 1 and decreases if the ratio k/m is less than 1.
The frequency increases.
The frequency decreases.
There is no change in the frequency.
The frequency depends on the displacement, not the amplitude.
4f
2f
0.5f
0.25f
The frequency is proportional to the amplitude.
The period is proportional to the amplitude.
The frequency is independent of the mass M.
The frequency is independent of the length L.
Increases by a factor of 3.
Does not change.
Decreases to one-third of its original value.
Decreases to 1/√3 of its original value.
0.71T
T
1.4T
2T
3.
2.
1.7.
1.4.
It increases.
It decreases.
It remains constant.
It could remain constant, increase, or decrease; it depends on the length to mass ratio.
Pendulum B is twice as long as A.
Pendulum B is twice as massive as A.
The length of B is four times the length of A.
The mass of B is four times the mass of A.
Increase.
Decrease.
Not change.
Either increase or decrease; it depends on its length to mass ratio.