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PLEASE HELP: SIMPLE HARMONIC MOTION
A 0.77 kg object is attached to one end of a spring hanging vertically from a stand. The object is pushed upward 0.14m from the equilibrium position and released, causing the object to oscillate in simple harmonic motion with a frequency of 0.769Hz. Determine the period of the motion, angular frequency, spring constant, Displacement of the object after 0.13s, and Acceleration of the object after 0.13s
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sjiwani Group Title
PLEASE HELP: SIMPLE HARMONIC MOTION A 0.77 kg object is attached to one end of a spring hanging vertically from a stand. The object is pushed upward 0.14m from the equilibrium position and released, causing the object to oscillate in simple harmonic motion with a frequency of 0.769Hz. Determine the period of the motion, angular frequency, spring constant, Displacement of the object after 0.13s, and Acceleration of the object after 0.13s
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Hi you can find \[\omega \] from this :\[\omega =2(pi)f\] and spring constant from this:\[\omega=\sqrt({k/m})\]
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@Yahoo! ..solve this question...
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Probably..It is Already Solved...
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Taufique Group TitleBest ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.1
this solution is formula based..Explain it
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dw:1357743076492:dw dw:1357743145369:dw dw:1357743232622:dw dw:1357743327039:dw
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dw:1357743398905:dw
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Taufique Group TitleBest ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.1
Time period=1/linear frequency=1/f..
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dw:1357749854411:dw dw:1357749904580:dw
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@Taufique x = a sinwt.....ryt ?
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Taufique Group TitleBest ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.1
x=A*sin(wtphi) and x=A*cos(wtphi)..both will give u same result..
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