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Consider a particle of mass m in two dimensions (X, Y) with potential energy V=k/[2(X^2+Y^2)] . Find the equations of motion. Are there circular orbits for this potential? If so do they all have same periods, as that in case of potential V=k/[2(X^2+Y^2)] ?

Consider a particle of mass m in two dimensions (X, Y) with potential energy V=k/[2(X^2+Y^2)] . Find the equations of motion. Are there circular orbits for this potential? If so do they all have same periods, as that in case of potential V=k/[2(X^2+Y^2)] ?

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