Executing simple harmonic motion, Physics

The total energy of a particle, executing simple harmonic motion is

Ans) In simple harmonic motion when  a particle is displaced to a position from its mean position, then its kinetic energy gets converted into potential energy and vice-versa. Therefore, total energy of a particle remains constant or the total energy in simple harmonic motion does not depend on displacement x.

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