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# Simple Harmonic Motion

## Relate velocity, acceleration, and displacement in simple harmonic motion

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## Simple Harmonic Motion

Explains simple harmonic motion and restoring force.
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## Simple Harmonic Motion

by Loo Kang Wee //at grade
Understand simple harmonic motion and restoring force.
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## Unit 10.1 Simple Harmonic Motion

Explains simple harmonic motion and restoring force.
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## Simple Harmonic Motion

Simple Harmonic Motion Interactive
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## Introduction to Harmonic Motion - Overview

by CK-12 //basic
Overview
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## Simple Harmonic Motion

by Kyle Bardman //basic
Here is a helpful introduction to Simple Harmonic Motion. Courtesy of: Khanacademy
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## Introduction to Harmonic Motion - Example 1

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Recognizing examples and non-examples of harmonic motion
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## Simple Harmonic Motion Quiz

Reviews harmonic motion, its relationship with circular motion, and the spring constant k.
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## The Vibrating Chair

Learn how a vibrating chair can be used to demonstrate the relationship between frequency and mass.
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