What Is the Maximum Displacement of the Simple Harmonic Motion?

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The maximum displacement of the simple harmonic motion is called the amplitude. At this maximum displacement, the potential energy is highest and the kinetic energy is equal to zero.
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The Open Door Web Site : IB Physics : Questions :Waves. A transverse wave of frequency 5Hz moves along a spring at a speed of 1ms-1. At t = 0 seconds, point p on the spring is at
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I would guess 8, as when the equations is Asin(Bx)+C, A is the amplitude, B is the frequency and C is the starting point. (Equation should work in cos as well. Not sure about tan,
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Option 3 is correct. The velocity must me zero, otherwise it would keep moving and it would not really be at maximum displacement! The magnitude of the force depends on the displacement
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UPDATE: to add velocity correction. Motion will be of form y=Acoswt. w^2=k/m=25/0.5=50. w=7.071 rad/s. A=10cm. y(1)10cos(7.071*1)7.05 cm. velocity=dy/dt=Awsinwt. v(1)dy/dt(1)10*7.071
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Simple harmonic motion is periodic motion in which the restoring force is equal to the displacement. A simple harmonic motion of a pendulum is an example of motion ...
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