SIMPLE HARMONIC MOTION

A body will undergo SIMPLE HARMONIC MOTION when the force that trys to restore the object to its rest position is proportional to the displacement of the object. A pendulum and a mass on a spring both undergo this type of motion which can be described by a SINE WAVE

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Adjustable Plaything
Drawing Board
Fading Motion
High and Low Q
Lissajous Patterns
Pendulum Table
Pendulums-Relative Motion
Phase Pendulum
Resonant Pendulum
Sidebands
Wave Machine
Wave Upon Wave

Damping
Elasticity
Energy transformation
Forced vibration
Modulation
Natural frequency
Oscillation
Pendulums
Phase angle
Pitch
Resonance
Sound - audible spectrum
Tuning
Wave excitation
Wave form
Waves - transverse


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