The Large Synoptic Survey Telescope (LSST) is a proposed 8.4 meter ground-based survey telescope to be built in Cerro Pachon, Chile and is scheduled for completion in late 2012. It will perform a ten year survey of the night sky, utilizing its wide ten square degree field of view to dynamically survey the sky using frequent 30 second exposures. The LSST cadence simulator (OpSim) is a computer ... [Show full abstract] simulation model that has been developed to mimic the cadence scheme of the LSST. Using the LSST cadence simulator, we examined the dates of observation of several fields of the sky, and using this data and several methods of period analysis attempted to determine the feasibility of using the LSST as a search tool for types of variable stars with known periods. This research was supported by the NOAO/KPNO Research Experiences for Undergraduates (REU) Program which is funded by the National Science Foundation through Scientific Program Order No. 3 (AST-0243875) of the Cooperative Agreement No. AST-0132798 between the Association of Universities for Research in Astronomy (AURA) and the NSF.