Graphing position, velocity, and acceleration vs time

peak height: It is important to note that the shapes of each graph is simular, that each graph has the same frequency, period and wavelength, but they don't have the same amplitude, for common simple harmonic motion, the height the peak of the function (not to confused with the amplitude, amplitude refers to the height of the position graph alone, i'm talking about the height of the position, velocity and acceleration graphs) tend to get smaller and smaller starting with the position graph being the tallest and the acceleration being the shortest.