Title: E-BABE-Encyclopedia of Bioanalytical Methods for Bioavailability and
Bioequivalence Studies of Pharmaceuticals
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Stanford University School of Medicine, CA 94305, USA
Encyclopedia of Bioanalytical Methods for Bioavailability and Bioequ

Simple Harmonic Motion 379
15.1 Simple Harmonic Motion
Let us consider the special case of one-dimensional periodic motion involving a particle that
oscillates back and forth along a straight path. For example, Figure 15.1 shows the worldline of
a particl

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x Asin( ) A sin( t )
dx
A cos( t )
dt
and
d 2x
dt 2
2 A sin( t ) 2 x
Complex Number representation of Harmonic motion
Beats:
x1 A sin( t )
x2 A sin( t t )
xt x1 x2 A [sin( t ) sin( t t )]
M N
M N
cos
2
2
t
t
xt 2 A sin t
cos
2
2
Since
sin M sin N

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Interval Scheduling, Reservations,
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the availability of re