Consider the large-amplitude motion of the pendulum of mass in and length 1, forced by sinusoidal forcing of frequency II and amplitude F0. The Poincare plot of the motion is obtained by plotting the initial position and velocity and then plotting the position and velocity of the pendulum after time …T, 2T, 3T,. . . has .The angle 0 must be pre-sented on the fundamental interval [0, 24 Simulate the motion for various initial conditions in MAMAS®, for the amplitude of perturbation ranging from very small to 1 and for different frequencies of forcing. If the amplitude of the perturbation is non-zero, is the transition from the oscillatory to rotational motion possible?