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part a: The magnitude is postive |x..| so how do I determine direction? thanks
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In SHM, the acceleration is always towards the centre of the motion, i.e. towards C.
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In SHM, the acceleration is always towards the centre of the motion, i.e. towards C.
but it travels from one point to the other and passes through the centre. we know that it accelerates towards the centre by definition, so why did they ask?
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but it travels from one point to the other and passes through the centre. we know that it accelerates towards the centre by definition, so why did they ask?
That's all they wanted.
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That's all they wanted.
they wanted my to state the obvious?! lol
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