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Constant A (when position is given) Formula

Constant a=(sin((Angular Frequency*Time)+phase angle stc))/Position of a particle
a=(sin((W*T)+∠T(jw)))/X
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Constant K ( when restoring force is given ) GO
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constant k (when angular frequency is given) GO
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Distance travelled in shm ( when angular frequency is given ) GO
Velocity of particle in shm GO
Distance traveled ( when velocity is given ) GO
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Volume strain GO
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Original volume of body when strain is given GO
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Young's modulus of elasticity GO

What is SHM?

Simple harmonic motion(SHM) is defined as a periodic motion of a point along a straight line, such that its acceleration is always towards a fixed point in that line and is proportional to its distance from that point.

How to Calculate Constant A (when position is given)?

Constant A (when position is given) calculator uses Constant a=(sin((Angular Frequency*Time)+phase angle stc))/Position of a particle to calculate the Constant a, The Constant A (when position is given) formula is defined as the phase of a vibrating particle at any instant is the state of the vibrating (or) oscillating particle regarding its displacement and direction of vibration at that particular instant. Constant a and is denoted by a symbol.

How to calculate Constant A (when position is given) using this online calculator? To use this online calculator for Constant A (when position is given), enter Angular Frequency (W), Time (T), phase angle stc (∠T(jw)) and Position of a particle (X) and hit the calculate button. Here is how the Constant A (when position is given) calculation can be explained with given input values -> 0.058779 = (sin((1*63113904)+(0)))/10.

FAQ

What is Constant A (when position is given)?
The Constant A (when position is given) formula is defined as the phase of a vibrating particle at any instant is the state of the vibrating (or) oscillating particle regarding its displacement and direction of vibration at that particular instant and is represented as a=(sin((W*T)+∠T(jw)))/X or Constant a=(sin((Angular Frequency*Time)+phase angle stc))/Position of a particle. Angular Frequency of a steadily recurring phenomenon expressed in radians per second, Time is used to calculate the amount that has a simple interest, phase angle stc gives the angle calculated for given w and Position of a particle is the phase of a vibrating particle at any instant is the state of the vibrating particle regarding its displacement and direction of vibration at that particular instant.
How to calculate Constant A (when position is given)?
The Constant A (when position is given) formula is defined as the phase of a vibrating particle at any instant is the state of the vibrating (or) oscillating particle regarding its displacement and direction of vibration at that particular instant is calculated using Constant a=(sin((Angular Frequency*Time)+phase angle stc))/Position of a particle. To calculate Constant A (when position is given), you need Angular Frequency (W), Time (T), phase angle stc (∠T(jw)) and Position of a particle (X). With our tool, you need to enter the respective value for Angular Frequency, Time, phase angle stc and Position of a particle and hit the calculate button. You can also select the units (if any) for Input(s) and the Output as well.
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