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Q> Two particles are executing Simple harmonic motion of same amplitude A along the x axix.their mean position is separated by distance X' (X'>A) . If the maximum separation betwen them is (X'+A), the phase difference between their motion is- 1. Π/2 2. Π/3 3.Π/4 4.Π/6 I think the answer is option 1.(Π/2)

Q> Two particles are executing Simple harmonic motion of same amplitude A along the x axix.their mean position is separated by distance X' (X'>A) . If the maximum separation betwen them is (X'+A), the phase difference between their motion is-


1. Π/2


2. Π/3


3.Π/4


4.Π/6


 


I think the answer is option 1.(Π/2)


 


 

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Sanjeev Malik IIT BHU
101 Points
9 years ago

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you can also do through diagram and finding their phase accordingly

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