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# What is the phase difference between two simple harmonic motions represented by x1=Asin(ωt+π6) and x2=Acos(ωt)?

A
π6
B
π3
C
π2
D
2π3
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#### Given,x1=Asin(ωt+π6)x2=Acos(ωt)x2=Asin(ωt+π2)Phase difference:△ϕ=ϕ2−ϕ1△ϕ=π2−π6△ϕ=3π−π6=π3

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