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Simple Harmonic Motion of a Spring
Simple harmonic motion is a basic type of vibratory motion. This Demonstration plots the time-varying position of a block attached to the end of a spring, showing that the position is described by a sinusoidal wave.
Contributed by:
Kenny F. Stephens II
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Contributed by:
Kenny F. Stephens II
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