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an object undergoes simple harmonic motion with a period T and amplitude A. How long does it take the object to travel from x = A to x = A/2 ?

the answer is T/6, but im not sure how to get to that,

Do I get it from x = Acos(2pi/T xt)?

help

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# Homework Help: Simple harmonic motion and amplitude of an object

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