1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data A particle of mass m moves in one dimension under the action of a force given by -kx where x is the displacement of the body at time t, and k is a positive constant. Using F=ma write down a differential equation for x, and verify that its solution is x=Acos([tex]\omega[/tex]t+[tex]\phi[/tex]), where [tex]\omega[/tex]2=k/m (omega squared, that is). If the body starts from rest at the point x=A at time t=0, find an expression for x at later times. 2. Relevant equations 3. The attempt at a solution I think the differential equation they're looking for is, a=-kx/m As a=d2x/dt2 But from here I can't see where to go; integration of course leads to the wrong formula.