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What are the 'rules' of oscillation?

-Velocity is largest at the centre

-Acceleration is greatest at the Amplitude 

-Restoring Force is greatest at the amplitude 

-Elatsic Potential Energy is greatest at the amplitude 

-Kinetic Energy is greatest at the centre

Total Energy=Kinetic+Elastic Potential. 

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