The displacement equations of two simple harmonic oscillators are given by x1=A1cosωt; x2=A2sin(ωt+π6). The phase difference between them is:

30∘

60∘

90∘

120∘

A

90∘

B

30∘

C

60∘

D

120∘

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X1=A1cosωt=A1sin(ωt+π/2) X2=A2sin(ωt+π/6) so, phase difference =π2−π6=π3=600

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