Identify the correct definition:

 1 If after every certain interval of time, a particle repeats its motion, then the motion is called periodic motion. 2 To and fro motion of a particle is called oscillatory motion. 3 Oscillatory motion described in terms of single sine and cosine functions is called simple harmonic motion. 4 All of the above

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From the given functions, identify the function which represents a periodic motion:

 1 $$e^{\omega t}$$ 2 $$\text{log}_e(\omega t)$$ 3 $$\text{sin}\omega t+ \text{cos}\omega t$$ 4 $$e^{-\omega t}$$

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The rotation of the earth about its axis is:

 1 periodic motion. 2 simple harmonic motion. 3 periodic and simple harmonic motion. 4 non-periodic motion.
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The circular motion of a particle with constant speed is:

 1 Periodic and simple harmonic 2 Simple harmonic but not periodic 3 Neither periodic nor simple harmonic 4 Periodic but not simple harmonic
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Which one of the following is not an example of simple harmonic motion?

 1 the motion of the Moon around the Earth as observed from Mars. 2 the ripples produced when a stone is dropped into a tank of water. 3 a weight moving up and down at the end of a spring. 4 the motion of a ball on the floor.
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