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A unit that involves precalculus, harmonic motion, and circular functions. In this module an explanation of simple harmonic motion is presented. The basic definitions are given with reference to a weight bobbing up and down on a spring. The formulas for instantaneous displacement is developed. The unit ends with a comparison of general sine and cosine functions, the formulas for displacement, and their graphs.** Table of Contents:1. SIMPLE HARMONIC MOTION** 1.1 Introduction

1.2 The Motion of a Shadow as an Example

2.2 A Formula for Displacement

2.3 Sample Problem

4.2 Sample Problem

5.2 Some Examples

5.3 General Sine and Cosine Functions

7. ANSWERS TO EXERCISES

8. ANSWERS TO SAMPLE EXAM

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UMAP Module

24 pages

- Precalculus & Trigonometry

- Physical Sciences ,
- Harmonic Motion

Sine and cosine functions (graphs, radian measure, angular velocity); periodic function

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