Posted by **Ashleigh** on Monday, November 1, 2010 at 2:57pm.

The motion of a certain simple harmonic oscillator is described by: x(t) = (12 cm) sin [(1 s ^(-1)) t] What is the earliest time t > 0 or t = 0 at which the oscillator's velocity is zero?

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