Practice: The position of an object vibrating on a moving spring is represented by the diagram below. Which of the following options is true of the velocity and acceleration at Point P?

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Practice: The position of an object vibrating on a moving spring is represented by the diagram below. Which of the following options is true of the velocity and acceleration at Point P?

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Concept #1: Conceptual Problems with Position-Time Graphs

Example #1: A Moving Car

Practice #1: Vibrating on a Spring

Example #2: Two Bicycles

If the cart is moving on the positive x-axis, the x-component of velocity must be negative. True or False?

Part AWhat is the amplitude of the oscillation shown in the figure? (Figure 1)Express your answer to three significant figures and include the appropriate units.Part BWhat is the frequency of this oscillation?Express your answer to two significant figures and include the appropriate units.Part CWhat is the phase constant?Express your answer to two significant figures.

1. At what time or times is the particle moving to the right at maximum speed?Enter your answers numerically separated by commas.2. At what time or times is the particle moving to the left at maximum speed?Enter your answers numerically separated by commas.3. At what time or times is the particle instantaneously at rest?Enter your answers numerically in increasing order separated by commas.

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