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mfranc29

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An object moves with simple harmonic motion of amplitude A and period T . During one complete oscillation, for what length of time is the object's distance from equilibrium greater than A/2

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    |dw:1353144002865:dw| from the graph, the time taken to go 4A=T. To go A/2, that means it's T/2

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