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# Harmonic Oscillator Problem

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A simple harmonic oscillator with mass 1.46 kg and restoring force constant 430 N/m is released from rest at a displacement of .55 meters from its equilibrium position.

- What is its equation of motion?
- According to the corresponding acceleration function what will be the acceleration of the oscillator at clock time t = .3366 sec?
- What will be its position at this clock time?
- What is the force on the oscillator at this position?
- Does this force result in the acceleration you just calculated?

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