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A simple harmonic oscillator has a period of 0.01 sec and an amplitude of 0.2m The magnitude of the velocity in m/sec at the centre of oscillation is

A simple harmonic oscillator has a period of 0.01 sec and an amplitude of 0.2m The magnitude of the velocity in m/sec at the centre of oscillation is


 

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Rohith Gandhi
24 Points
11 years ago

Dear Pallavi,

 

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3 years ago
Velocity(max)= Amplitude into omega V(max)= A into 2pie/t V(max)= 0.2 into 2 pie/0.01 V(max)= 0.2 into 200 pie V(max)= 40pie (Answer)

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