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Simple harmonic motion

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NascentOxygen
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How will you go about working out the answer?
 
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Tension should be proportional to acceleration given by -w^2(x).
Thus tension and acceleration graph should be the same.
i think it is either A or D.
Please help me clarify.
 
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Tension should be proportional to acceleration given by -w^2(x).
Thus tension and acceleration graph should be the same.
i think it is either A or D.
Please help me clarify.
A and D show T=0 when x=0. Is this correct?
 

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