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Ruchi.

the velocity v and displacement x of a particle executing simple harmonic motion are related as

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  1. Ruchi.
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    |dw:1337667924733:dw| at x=0,v=v0.finnd velocity v when the displacement becomes x.

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    That^ equation is incorrect. If you see carefully, it is not dimensionally correct.

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  3. stormfire1
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    I was about to ask :)

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  4. Ruchi.
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    its correct

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    Should be I guess:|dw:1337668280053:dw|

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    check out the dimensions @Ruchi. , and compare to the prev. one.

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    yes ur right.

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    So, where's the trouble lie?

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  9. apoorvk
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    Problem kahaan hai??

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  10. Vincent-Lyon.Fr
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    It should read: \(\Large \frac {dv}{dt}\normalsize =-\omega_0^2x \)

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  11. apoorvk
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    dv/dt = vdv/dx = a

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    right?

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  13. Ruchi.
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    yes

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  14. Aadarsh
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    yes

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  15. apoorvk
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    so, wherein does the trouble lie??

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    |dw:1337670911339:dw|

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    \[v = \omega \sqrt{A^2 - x^2} \] where a is the amplitude

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