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Asked Nov 17, 2019

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The function*x* = (8.9 m) cos[(5*π*rad/s)t + *π*/3 rad]

gives the simple harmonic motion of a body. At *t* = 9.7 s, what are the **(a)** displacement, **(b)** velocity, **(c)** acceleration, and **(d)** phase of the motion? Also, what are the **(e)** frequency and **(f)** period of the motion?

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Given,

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If we compare given wave equation with standard wave equation then,

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Part (a):

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