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If a freely suspended object is pulled to one side and released, it oscillates a...


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If a freely suspended object is pulled to one side and released, it oscillates about the point of suspension because the

Options

A) acceleration is directly proportional to the displacement

B) motion is directed away from the equilibrium point

C) acceleration is directly proportional to the square of the displacement

D) velocity is minimum at the equilibrium ponit


The correct answer is A.


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