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# The Potential Energy Of A Particle Executing Simple Harmonic Motion At A Distance x from The Equilibrium Position Is Proportional To

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Correct option is

x2

The potential energy of a particle of mass m executing simple harmonic motion of angular frequency ω at a distance x from the equilibrium position is given by

Where k = mω2 is constant.

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