Please, help to find a model for simple harmonic motion satisfying the specified conditions. Displacement (t = 0) 0, Amplitude 3 meters

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Please, help to find a model for simple harmonic motion satisfying the specified conditions. Displacement (t = 0) 0, Amplitude 3 meters, Period 6 seconds.

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Answered 2021-09-19 Author has 14235 answers

\(\displaystyle{a}={3}\)
\(\displaystyle{2}\frac{\pi}{\omega}={6}\)
\(\displaystyle\omega=\frac{\pi}{{3}}\)
\(\displaystyle{d}={}\frac{{3\sin{\pi}}}{{3}}\times{t}\)

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