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    motion of a particle in a central inverse-square-law

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    Discuss the motion of particles in a central inverse-square-law force field for a superimposed force whose magnitude is inversely proportional to the cube of the distance from the particle to the force center.

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    This tutorial shows the steps to proving that the motion of a particle is described by a preceding ellipse.

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