\(\displaystyle{a}={3}\)

\(\displaystyle{2}\frac{\pi}{\omega}={6}\)

\(\displaystyle\omega=\frac{\pi}{{3}}\)

\(\displaystyle{d}={}\frac{{3\sin{\pi}}}{{3}}\times{t}\)

asked 2021-10-15

\(d = −2\sin (\pi t/4 + π/2)\)

asked 2021-08-12

\(d = −2\sin (\pi t/4 + π/2)\)

asked 2021-11-20

Please, help toconvert the Polar Equation to Cartesian Coordinates:

\(\displaystyle{r}^{{{2}}}={\sec{{4}}}\theta\)

\(\displaystyle{r}^{{{2}}}={\sec{{4}}}\theta\)

asked 2021-11-15

Determine whether the statement, ''I analyzed simple harmonic motion in which the period was 10 seconds and the frequency was 0.2 oscillation per second'', makes sense or does not make sense, and explain your reasoning.

asked 2021-08-20

A bouy floating in the ocean is bobbing in simple harmonic motion with period 6 seconds and amplitude 3ft. Its dispfacement d from sea level at time \(\displaystyle{t}={0}\) seconds is 0 ft, and initially it moves downward. (Note that downward is the negative direction.)

Give the equation modeling the displacement d as a function of time t.

Give the equation modeling the displacement d as a function of time t.

asked 2020-12-06

An object moves in simple harmonic motion with period 5 seconds and amplitude 7 cm. At time \(\displaystyle{t}={0}\) seconds, its displacement d from rest is -7 cm, and
initially it moves in a positive direction.

Give the equation modeling the displacement d as a function of time t.

Give the equation modeling the displacement d as a function of time t.

asked 2021-01-27

An object moves in simple harmonic motion with period 8 minutes and amplitude 16 m. At time \(t = 0\) minutes, its displacement d from rest is 0 m, and initially it
moves in a positive direction.
Give the equation modeling the displacement d as a function of time f.