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Unformatted text preview: Problem 2, page 392: A piston oscillates in engine with position Wm At t: O s , find (a) position, (b) velocity, and (c) acceleration. (d) Find the period and amplitude of the motion. Problem 5, page 393: A particle motion along x axis is SHM. it starts from eguilibrium at t: 0 s and moves to the right. Amplitude is 2.00 cm and freguency is 1.50 l—__i_z_. (a) Find an expression for x(t). (b) Find the maximum speed and earliest time (t > 0) at which particle has this speed. (c) Find the maximum acceleration and earliest time (t > 0) at which particle has this acceleration. WP“ 96G”) ‘0 , ’UC 6w) >0 fl = 51.0 W ' ——-‘ wzaflqCSZITM/‘g/g [572‘]. 3 (a) AZSSIOMC form 2’(é):/7) £05 fineeéfl ( I. (VG/1‘ “flu/5‘24 é‘é/JL Hf) an) r-/alwtws(w%+4l) 0754' [59”! (MIL -Cflfl' ; fl £05? :0 qt: +52? M 4» a»; (Wham?) v00 0hfioffi¢<zfi go: 940) :gflm as; (m is (A) WH)‘ “617 9?; SM (37ré»Q/Q) SIM/[95} 6‘70 WAQAQ [7)[{’)[—: €747; 4/.‘1/ be am $24 (32r£~0{):/ P - z :1 3 “W all—3 3m g g a; g 35 279% 77’ ///""’ fluidly/5527? wt w Problem 5, page 393: A particle motion along xaxis is SHM. It starts from equilibrium at t: O s and moves to the right. Amplitude is 2.00 cm and frequency is 1.50 Hz. (a) Find an expression for x(t). (b) Find the maximum speed and earliest time (t> O) at which particle has this speed. (c) Find the maximum acceleration and earliest time (t > O) at which particle has this acceleration. (c) a/f) r»/71a/7wo<wf+49) 5 w/6’U1Cogfig/7é~ bum/4* SmMéya Um a({):{/3;[Zw'$?. & cut/(5e who» 60; (Mingus—J fl w {r ...
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This note was uploaded on 03/08/2012 for the course PHYSICS 1051 taught by Professor Michaelmorrow during the Winter '12 term at Memorial University.

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