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If a body moving with simple harmonic motion has an angular velocity of 50 radiansper second, and an amplitude of 10 cm, calculate it's linear velocity?

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  1. physics

    If a body moving with simple harmonic motion has an angular velocity of 50 radiansper second, and an amplitude of 10 cm, calculate it's linear velocity?
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    A body weighing 150 N, moves with simple harmonic motion. The velocity and acceleration of the body when it is 200 mm from the centre of oscillation, are 5 m/s and 20 m/s2 respectively.Determine (a) amplitude of motion ,no. of vibrations per minute,
  5. Physic

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  7. physics

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  20. Science

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  34. physics

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  43. Physics

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  47. Cal

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  48. physics

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  50. Calculus

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  51. science

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  55. Physics

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