If F is the force, x the displacement, and k a positive constant, for simple harmonic motion we must have . F = k / x2 F = k / x F = (k / x2) F = k x2 F = k x. If F is the force, x the displacement, and k a positive constant, for simple harmonic motion we must have . F = k / x

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