Solving BoB Vibration Question: Angles, Velocity & Acceleration

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In summary, the problem involves a Bob released from rest with a length of 102 cm and an angle of +-5 degrees, and g = 9.81 m/s2. We are asked to determine the angle theta and the magnitudes of velocity and acceleration after 1.6 seconds, assuming simple harmonic motion. The relevant equation is theta = A sin (w t + phai), where A is the amplitude and w is the angular frequency. The user also asks about the meaning of phai and how to obtain the values of w and A. However, the person responding reminds them to show their work and solve the problem themselves, only providing assistance with checking their math. It is noted that BoB most likely refers to the
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1. Homework Statement :

BoB released from rest, L = 102 cm, theta = +-5 degrees, g = 9.81 m/s2
assume a SHM
(I) Determine the angle theta after 1.6 s
(II) Determine the magnitudes of velocity & acceleration of the BoB at 1.6 s

Homework Equations



theta = A sin (w t + phai)

The Attempt at a Solution



Does pahi represent the period? And how do I get it?
Do I derive theta once & twice? And why?
How do I get w & A?

Thank you!
 
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FChebli: You must list relevant equations yourself, and show your work; and then someone might check your math. We are not allowed to provide answers here. We can only check your math, after you do all of the work. What is BoB? Parameter phai is probably phase angle.
 

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