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Problem 2DQ

Think of several examples in everyday life of motions that are, at least approximately, simple harmonic. In what respects does each differ from SHM?

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Solution 2DQ Step 1: All simple harmonic motion are periodic but all periodic motions are not simple harmonic motion. Some examples: 1.Rocking chair 2.A bouncing ball 3.Vibrating tuning fork 4.Earth in its orbit 5.Water wave 6.Pendulum 7.Oscillating spring 8.A swing in a motion 9.Molecular vibrations. Here Rocking chair,A bouncing ball,Earth in its orbit and Water wave are periodic but simple harmonic motion.

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