What is the difference between periodic and oscillatory motion?

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The word oscillatory refers to something that moves back and forth repeatedly. The word periodic refers to something that repeats after a regular amount of time. While oscillatory motion will almost certainly be periodic, not all periodic motion will be oscillatory.

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