# Analyzing Simple Harmonic Motion

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The applet at the following site (http://mp.pearsoncmg.com/probhtml/ActivePhysics/pt1a/Media/Vibrations/PositionGraphsEqns/Sim4.html) shows two masses on springs, each accompanied by a graph of its position versus time.

A) What is an expression for x_1 (t), the position of mass I as a function of time? Assume that position is measured in meters and time is measured in seconds. Express your answer as a function of t.

B) What is x_2 (t), the position of mass II as a function of time? Assume that position is measured in meters and time is measured in seconds. Express your answer as a function of time t.

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The solution provides calculations for the position of a mass on a position of mass on a spring.

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