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# Solution: An object executing simple harmonic motion has a maximum speed of 4.3m/s and maximum acceleration of 0.65m/s2. Find the period of this motion. (A) 0.151 s (B) 6.6 s (C) 1.05 s (D) 42 s (E) None of these

###### Problem

An object executing simple harmonic motion has a maximum speed of 4.3m/s and maximum acceleration of 0.65m/s2. Find the period of this motion.

(A) 0.151 s

(B) 6.6 s

(C) 1.05 s

(D) 42 s

(E) None of these

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