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The Restoring Force in SHM Calculator will calculate:

- The restoring force in an elastic spring when performing SHM
- The restoring force in a simple pendulum

The restoring force in an elastic spring when performing SHM is N |

The restoring force in a simple pendulum is N |

Restoring force in a spring calculation |
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F_{S} = -k × xF _{S} = - × F _{S} = |

Restoring force in a simple pendulum calculation |

F_{P} = -m × g × sinθF _{P} = - × × sin()F _{P} = - × × F _{P} = |

Restoring Force In Shm Calculator Input Values |

Spring constant (k) N/m |

Spring elongation or compression (x) m |

Angle to vertical direction (θ) rad |

Mass of the pendulum's bob (m) kg |

Gravitational field strength (g) m/s |

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Section 6: Centre of Mass and Linear Momentum

1. Air resistance is not considered with the the Restoring Force in SHM Calculator calculations.

2. Oscillations are taken as standing (sustainable).

3. The thread is non-stretchable.

4. the spring is assumed to be perfectly elastic.

5. You can calculate the spring elongation or compression x in the first calculator using the Kinematics of Linear SHM Calculator.

F_{S} = -k × x

F_{P} = -m × g × sinθ

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