Lecture25_clicker - A x = 0 B x = ± A C x = A/2 D x = ± A/2 Quiz(will count for credit At which point is the magnitude of velocity maximum A x =

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For simple harmonic motion with amplitude A, at which point is the magnitude of acceleration maximum? A. x = 0 B. x = ± A C. x = A/2 D. x = ± A/2 PE is maximum too.
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At which point is the magnitude of velocity equal to zero?
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Unformatted text preview: A. x = 0 B. x = ± A C. x = A/2 D. x = ± A/2 Quiz (will count for credit) At which point is the magnitude of velocity maximum A. x = 0 B. x = ± A C. x = A/2 D. x = ± A/2 KE is maximum too....
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Lecture25_clicker - A x = 0 B x = ± A C x = A/2 D x = ± A/2 Quiz(will count for credit At which point is the magnitude of velocity maximum A x =

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