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Homework Help: Physics STUCK!

Posted by High School STUDENT on Thursday, January 24, 2013 at 10:46pm.

A point on the A string of a guitar oscillates in approximately simple harmonic motion with a frequency of 113 Hz and an amplitude of 1.04 mm. Find the maximum speed and acceleration of this point.

SOLVE FOR:

vmax =

amax

Can you please provide me with the equation as well as the answer? THANK YOU SO VERY VERY MUCH

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