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An object moves up and down the yaxis with an acceleration given as a function of time t by the expression a equals A sine of omegat. , whereA. and omega. are constants. What is the period of this motion?
Answer
omega.
2 pi omega.
omega squared times A.
2 pi over omega.
omega over 2 pi.
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