# At What Displacement, As A Fraction Of A, Is The Mechanical Energy Half Kinetic And Half Potential?

At What Displacement, As A Fraction Of A, Is The Mechanical Energy Half Kinetic And Half Potential?. A) b) f=8/9 c) fp=1/9 kinetic energy and potential energy. Um there's three quarters parts kinetic energy and one quarter part potential energy.

If a part b, we need to find what displacement. (c) at what displacement, in terms of the amplitude, is the energy of the system half kinetic energy and half potential energy? The total is given by the equation:

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At what displacement, as a fraction of a, is the energy half kinetic and half potential?. So the fraction of kinetic energy over the total energy is three quarters and therefore the facts and the potential energy over the energy is a quarter. A) when the displacement of a mass on a spring is 12a the half of the amplitude, what fraction of the mechanical energy is kinetic energy?.

(b) what fraction of the total energy of a sho is kinetic and what f. And this is a potential energy. As we know that ke and pe is same at a given positionso we will have as a function of position given as also the pe is given as function of position as now it is given thatke = penow we will have so the position is 0.707 times of amplitude when ke and pe will be samepart b)ke of sho at x = a/3we can use the formula now to find the fraction of kinetic energy now since total energy.

### (C) At What Displacement, In Terms Of The Amplitude, Is The Energy Of The System Half Kinetic Energy And Half Potential Energy?

Assuming this question is form shm. A) at what displacement of a sho (simple harmonic oscillator) is the mechanical energy half kinetic and half potential? E = 1 2 k a 2.

### (C) At What Displacement, In Terms Of The Amplitude, Is The Energy Of The System Half Kinetic Energy And Half Potential Energy?

Also , here , a is amplitude, is angular frequency and x is displacement form mean position. As a fraction of a. This is kinda take energy.