Question

The displacement of a block of mass 0.933 kg attached to a
spring whose spring constant is 66N/m is given by x=Asin(ωt) where
A=0.21m. In the first complete cycle find the values of x and t at
which the kinetic energy is equal to one half the potential
energy.

First position: cm...... First time: s.

Second position: cm...... Second
time: s..

Third position: cm...... Third time: s.

Fourth position: cm...... Fourth time: s.

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