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# The phase difference between displacement and acceleration of a particle executing simple harmonic motion is:π2radπ rad3π2rad2π rad

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3π2rad
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2π rad
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π2rad
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π rad
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#### Let X=Asin(ωt)so, a=−Aω2sin(ωt)=Aω2sin(π+ωt)so, clearly phase difference is π

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