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# If a force acts on an object such that its lever arm is

## Problem 5Q Chapter 8

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If a force  acts on an object such that its lever arm is zero, does it have any effect on the object’s motion? Explain.

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Harmonic Motion (14.1 - 14.6) Oscillating with sinusoidal motion (a sin or cos pattern) = simple harmonic motion → Periodic : Starts at one point and comes back to it Harmonic Oscillators : ● Mass on spring ● Pendulum ● Electrical Circuits ● Vibration in Solid Molecules → Amplitude (A) : Maximum displacement………………....

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