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    SHM equations from the motion of a point moving in a circle

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    A point p moves in a circle of radius R, at constant angular velocity w. The origin of an x axis is at the center of the circle. Represent as vectors, the location, the velocity and the acceleration of point p, then show the x direction projection of these three vectors to represent the location, the velocity and the acceleration of a point which executes Simple Harmonic Motion, SHM.
    See ATTACHMENT1 for a diagram.

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    SEE ATTACHMENT2 TO OBSERVE THE FOLLOWING;
    Vectors R, Vp and ap, are the location, velocity and acceleration of point p moving on a circle at constant angular velocity w.
    The x direction components of the motion of point p, are defined as the motion equations of a point executing Simple Harmonic Motion, SHM.
    Note 1. Note that point p, ...

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    The simple harmonic motion equations from the motion of a point moving in a circle are determined. The vectors represented are given.

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