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Asked May 2, 2019

What is simple harmonic motion?

Step 1

Simple harmonic motion is a special kind of periodic motion which is widely used as a mathematical model in various domains of physics.

Step 2

Simple harmonic motion is a periodic or oscillatory motion under a restoring force which is characterized by its acceleration. The restoring force always acts in the direction opposite to the direction of displacement as given by Hooke’s law.

Step 3

Write the expression for Hooke’s law

Here, *F* is the restoring force, *k* i...

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