The equation of motion of a particle is d2ydt2+Ky=0 where K is positive constant. The time period of the motion is given by

(a) 2πK             (b) 2πK

(c) 2πK           (d)  2πK

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Simple harmonic motion

(c)   On comparing with standard equation d2ydt2+ω2y=0 we get ω2=Kω2πT=KT=2πK

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