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Do any of these five objects move in similar ways? Which ones? What do they have in common?
-Oscillating pendulum
-dynamics cart rolling up and down an incline
-student jumping into the air
-mass oscillating at the end of a spring
-ball tossed into the air

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    well, you told me two things were oscillating.

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