Question

Explain the difference between a position vs time, velocity vs
time, and acceleration vs time graphs for simple harmonic
motion.

Answer #1

here the three graph ,

**graph-1**

here graph-1 is graph of position vs time for simple harmonic motion

Displacement vs position graph is a sine curve. Maximum displacement of the particle is y = A

which gives value of amptitude of wave

**graph-2**

graph-2 is graph of velocity vs time graph

The velocity of the vibrating particle is maximum at the mean
position , v = *ωA* and it is zero at the extreme
points.

**graph-3**

****graph-3 is graph of acceleration vs time
graph

The acceleration of the vibrating particle is zero at the mean
position and maximum at the extreme positions , that is
`-*ω ^{2}*

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