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Chapter 11 vocab.

vocab.

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The difference between the beginning of the cycle and the end of the cycle is called a ______. Period
_________ describes how large the cycle is. Amplitude
A _____ is a unit of motion that repeats over and over. Cycle
We use the word _______ to describe the gradual loss of amplitude of an oscillator. Damping
An __________ is a system that shows harmonic motion. Oscillator
________ motion that repeats itself over and over. Harmonic
______ motion goes from one place to another. Linear
A _____ is where the oscillator is in the cycle. Phase
_________ is the number of cycles an oscillator makes in one second. Frequency
_____ is the unit of frequency. Hertz (Hz)
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