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Problem: You are watching an object that is moving in SHM. When the object is displaced 0.600 m to the right of its equilibrium position, it has a velocity of 2.20 m/s to the right and an acceleration of 8.40 m/s2 to the left.How much farther from this point will the object move before it stops momentarily and then starts to move back to the left?

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In this problem, we'll consider the motion solutions for the position, acceleration, and total energy.

Position:

x=Acos(ωt+ϕ)

Acceleration:

a=-ω2A(cosωt+ϕ)

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You are watching an object that is moving in SHM. When the object is displaced 0.600 m to the right of its equilibrium position, it has a velocity of 2.20 m/s to the right and an acceleration of 8.40 m/s2 to the left.

How much farther from this point will the object move before it stops momentarily and then starts to move back to the left?

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