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why does on differentiating the velocity in oscillatory motion the W (ohmega) gets multiplied to thhe equation forming the acceleleration ? dv/dt = a = -W 2 AsinWt

why does on differentiating the velocity in oscillatory motion the W (ohmega) gets multiplied to thhe equation forming the acceleleration ?
dv/dt = a = -W2AsinWt

Grade:11

1 Answers

Nitin Bindal
26 Points
4 years ago
When you diff.. Sin(wt) then sin gets diff.... Thereafter we diff... Terms in bracket wt . t gets diff.. And we are left with omega which gets multiplied ... See formulae to diff..

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