1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data A vibrating strutural beam in a spacecraft can cause problems if the frequency of vibration is fairly high. Even if the amplitude of vibration is only a fraction of a millimeter, the acceleration can be several times greater than acceleration due to gravity. As an example, find the maximum acceleration of a beam that vibrates with an amplitude of 0.25mm at a rate of 110 vibrations per second. Give your awnser as a multiple of g. 2. Relevant equations I think... -Aw^2cos(wt) w = 2pi/T 3. The attempt at a solution I dont even know where to begin. None of the problems I have done already have looked like this. Ive either been given a specific time, mass or speed to work with. Would appreciate help getting started and working through this problem.