# Revision history of "Simple Harmonic Motion"

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• (cur | prev) 11:06, 16 April 2009‎ ‎ . . (13,501 bytes) (+6). . (/* 9. If you set the equation total energy of an SHO given in your data packet equal to the potential energy stored in a spring (not in the data packet) you get this: 1/2m$\omega$<sup>2</sup>x<sub>o</sub><sup>2</sup> = 1/2kx<sub>o</sub><su)
• (cur | prev) 11:06, 16 April 2009‎ ‎ . . (13,495 bytes) (+271). . (/* 9. If you set the equation total energy of an SHO given in your data packet equal to the potential energy stored in a spring (not in the data packet) you get this: 1/2m$\omega$<sup>2</sup>x<sub>o</sub><sup>2</sup> = 1/2kx<sub>o</sub><su)
• (cur | prev) 11:04, 16 April 2009‎ ‎ . . (13,224 bytes) (+4). . (/* 8. A simple harmonic oscillator with a mass of 0.551 kg has an equation of motion of x = 0.160sin(2.31t) i) What is its total energy? ii) What is its maximum velocity? At time = 13.5 seconds, find: a) the position of the oscillator, b) the ve)
• (cur | prev) 11:03, 16 April 2009‎ ‎ . . (13,220 bytes) (+969). . (/* 8. A simple harmonic oscillator with a mass of 0.551 kg has an equation of motion of x = 0.160sin(2.31t) i) What is its total energy? ii) What is its maximum velocity? At time = 13.5 seconds, find: a) the position of the oscillator, b) the ve)
• (cur | prev) 10:48, 16 April 2009‎ ‎ . . (12,251 bytes) (+1,041). . (/* 7. A SHO has an energy of 348 J, has a mass of 2.37 kg, and moves with an amplitude of 0.670 m. What is its period of motion? What is its maximum speed? What is its speed when it is only 0.450 m from equilibrium? What is its possible equation)
• (cur | prev) 10:35, 16 April 2009‎ ‎ . . (11,210 bytes) (+891). . (/* 6. A SHO has a period of 0.0318 seconds, and has a mass of 0.185 kg that moves with an amplitude of 0.0650 m. a) What is the total energy of this system? (find $\omega$ first) b) What is the maximum kinetic energy?, c) what is the max)
• (cur | prev) 10:23, 16 April 2009‎ ‎ . . (10,319 bytes) (+561). . (/* 5. A simple harmonic oscillator has an equation of motion (in m) of x = 0.450sin(45.1t) a) What is its position at t = 156.7 seconds? b) What is its maximum velocity? c) What is its speed when it is 0.34 m from equilibrium? d) What is the equa)
• (cur | prev) 10:09, 16 April 2009‎ ‎ . . (9,758 bytes) (-6). . (/* 4. A simple harmonic oscillator has an equation of motion (in m) of x = 2.75sin(3.17t) a) What is its amplitude of motion? b) What is its angular velocity? c) What is its position at t = 14.2 seconds? d) What is its maximum velocity? A differe)
• (cur | prev) 10:09, 16 April 2009‎ ‎ . . (9,764 bytes) (+1,225). . (/* 4. A simple harmonic oscillator has an equation of motion (in m) of x = 2.75sin(3.17t) a) What is its amplitude of motion? b) What is its angular velocity? c) What is its position at t = 14.2 seconds? d) What is its maximum velocity? A differe)
• (cur | prev) 11:01, 14 April 2009‎ ‎ . . (8,539 bytes) (+1). . (/* 3. A tuning fork vibrates at 256 Hz with an amplitude of 2.10 mm (2.10 x 10-3 m). a) What is its period of motion? b) What is its angular velocity? c) What is its maximum velocity? d) What is its velocity when it is 1.50 mm from equilibrium? *)
• (cur | prev) 11:01, 14 April 2009‎ ‎ . . (8,538 bytes) (+630). . (/* 3. A tuning fork vibrates at 256 Hz with an amplitude of 2.10 mm (2.10 x 10-3 m). a) What is its period of motion? b) What is its angular velocity? c) What is its maximum velocity? d) What is its velocity when it is 1.50 mm from equilibrium? *)
• (cur | prev) 10:48, 14 April 2009‎ ‎ . . (7,908 bytes) (0). . (2. A SHO has a maximum velocity of 0.870 m/s with an amplitude of 8.50 cm. a) What is its angular velocity? b) What is its period of motion? c) What is its frequency?)
• (cur | prev) 10:48, 14 April 2009‎ ‎ . . (7,908 bytes) (+620). . (2. A SHO has a maximum velocity of 0.870 m/s with an amplitude of 8.50 cm. a) What is its angular velocity? b) What is its period of motion? c) What is its frequency?)
• (cur | prev) 10:40, 14 April 2009‎ ‎ . . (7,288 bytes) (+16). . (1. a) What is the angular velocity of a Simple Harmonic Oscillator with a period of 2.37 seconds? b) If the oscillator has an amplitude of 0.150 m, what is the maximum velocity it reaches?)
• (cur | prev) 10:40, 14 April 2009‎ ‎ . . (7,272 bytes) (+408). . (1. a) What is the angular velocity of a Simple Harmonic Oscillator with a period of 2.37 seconds? b) If the oscillator has an amplitude of 0.150 m, what is the maximum velocity it reaches?)
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• (cur | prev) 10:10, 14 April 2009Cmurray (talk | contribs). . (3,945 bytes) (+17). . (/* 6. A SHO has a period of 0.0318 seconds, and has a mass of 0.185 kg that moves with an amplitude of 0.0650 m. a) What is the total energy of this system? (find  first) b) What is the maximum kinetic energy?, c) what is the maximum potential e)
• (cur | prev) 10:10, 14 April 2009Cmurray (talk | contribs). . (3,928 bytes) (+11). . (/* 9. If you set the equation total energy of an SHO given in your data packet equal to the potential energy stored in a spring (not in the data packet) you get this: 1/2m$\omega$2x<sub>o</sub><sup>2</sup> = 1/2kx<sub>o</sub><sup>2</sup> S)
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