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Simple Harmonic Motion 1
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2 Simple Harmonic Motion
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3 Simple Harmonic Motion
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4 Foucault pendulum (Paris)
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5 Simple Harmonic Motion
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7 Harmonic Oscillation: Tacoma Bridge collapse video
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8 Hooke’s law
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9 Pogo stick Hooke’s law
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10 Spring
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11 Sinusoidal nature of SHM
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12 Strings
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13 Violin
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14 G: 196 Hz D: 294 Hz A: 440 Hz E: 659 Hz
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15 Violin harmonics
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16 Piano
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17 Position vs. time
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18 Displacement, velocity, acceleration vs. time
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19 Pendulum
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20 Foucault pendulum L = 67 m 11 /hr, 1 circle/32.7 hrs video
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