What Is The Phase Difference Between The Two Simple Harmonic Motions Whose Displacement-time Graphs Are Shown In Figure?                                 

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Question

What is the phase difference between the two simple harmonic motions whose displacement-time graphs are shown in figure?

                                

Solution

Correct option is

π/2

The phase constant of motion I is zero whereas that of motion II is π/2 (since its displacement is negative maximum at time t = 0). Therefore, the phase difference between the two motions in π/2.

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