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JEEÂ Mains , Physics
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## WHAT WILL I LEARN?

In our daily life we come across various kinds of motions. You have already learnt about some of them, e.g. rectilinear motion and motion of a projectile. Both these motions are non-repetitive. We have also learnt about uniform circular motion and orbital motion of planets in the solar system. In these cases, the motion is repeated after a certain interval of time, that is, it is periodic. In your childhood you must have enjoyed rocking in a cradle or swinging on a swing. Both these motions are repetitive in nature but different from the periodic motion of a planet. Here, the object moves to and fro about a mean position. The pendulum of a wall clock executes a similar motion. There are leaves and branches of a tree oscillating in breeze, boats bobbing at anchor and the surging pistons in the engines of cars. All these objects execute a periodic to and fro motion. Such a motion is termed as oscillatory motion. In this chapter we study this motion.

## Curriculum

Simple Harmonic Motion

• Lecture 01
• Lecture 02
• Lecture 03
• Lecture 04
• Lecture 05
• Lecture 06
• Lecture 07
• Lecture 08
• Lecture 09
• Lecture 10

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## About Ritesh Agarwal

### Ritesh Agarwal

Ritesh Agarwal sir is renowned for his teaching knack in Physics for IIT and Medical preparation. His teaching methodology focuses on strengthening the basic concepts of the subject. He excels in the art of making the students, subject-friendly. Studying Physics from him appears to be the easiest subject for students. He is a â€˜concept-builderâ€™ in true sense.

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