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```				   In simple harmonic motion for each oscillation the frequency remains same or not,if it is why?
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```										Dear   mohammad abdul sony,

1) in simple hormonic for each oscillation  the frequency is not same. because there always a resistance.
2) in ideal conditions like no air resistance and all that  in simple hormonic for each oscillation  the frequency is same
3) if there is no medium frequency never changes. in real world there always a medium which resist the SHM.
4) if we consider that air resistance is minimum then we consider that as SHM and in that the frequency never changes\

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