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Periodic motion Frequency Period
Periodic motion – Any motion that repeats itself.
Simple harmonic motion
Figure 13-1 A Mass Attached to a Spring Undergoes Simple Harmonic Motion About x = 0
Sine and cosine curves
Figure 13-2 Displaying Position Versus Time for Simple Harmonic Motion
Figure 13-3 Simple Harmonic Motion as a Sine or a Cosine
Connection to uniform circular motion
Figure 13-4 The Relationship Between Uniform Circular Motion and Simple Harmonic Motion
Equations that apply to circular motion also apply to simple harmonic motion.
Period of a mass on a spring
Period of a pendulum
Figure 13-10 Energy as a Function of Position in Simple Harmonic Motion
Energy conservation for a mass on a spring
Total energy of a mass on a spring.
Total energy of a pendulum
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