# circular+motion

• 21Mechanics of planar particle motion — Classical mechanics Newton s Second Law History of classical mechanics&#160; …

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• 22Newton's laws of motion — For other uses, see Laws of motion. Classical mechanics …

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• 23Equations of motion — Classical mechanics Newton s Second Law History of classical mechanics&#160 …

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• 24Centrifugal force (planar motion) — In classical mechanics, centrifugal force (from Latin centrum center and fugere to flee ) is one of the three so called inertial forces or fictitious forces that enter the equations of motion when Newton s laws are formulated in a non inertial&#8230; …

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• 25Kepler's laws of planetary motion — In astronomy, Kepler s Laws of Planetary Motion are three mathematical laws that describe the motion of planets in the Solar System. German mathematician and astronomer Johannes Kepler (1571–1630) discovered them.Kepler studied the observations&#8230; …

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• 26Simple harmonic motion — is the motion of a simple harmonic oscillator, a motion that is neither driven nor damped. The motion is periodic, as it repeats itself at standard intervals in a specific manner described as being sinusoidal, with constant amplitude. It is&#8230; …

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• 27Reciprocating motion — also called Reciprocation, is an up and down (or back and forth) motion which repeats over and over again. It is seen in a wide range of reciprocating engines and pumps.A Crank (mechanism) can be used to turn circular motion into reciprocating m …

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• 28Polar motion — is the movement of Earth s rotation axis across its surface. This is measured with respect to a reference frame in which the solid Earth is fixed (a so called Earth centered, Earth fixed or ECEF reference frame). This variation is only a few&#8230; …

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• 29Illusory motion — The term illusory motion, also known as motion illusion, is used to define the appearance of movement in a static image. This is an optical illusion in which a static image appears to be moving due to the cognitive effects of interacting color&#8230; …

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• 30parallel motion — noun 1. : a jointed link or other mechanism for reproducing motion parallel to itself; also : a straight line motion 2. : melodic progression of two voices moving in same direction by the same intervals * * * a mechanism arranged so as to impart&#8230; …

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