When two simple harmonic motions of same periods, same amplitude, having phase difference of $$3\pi/2$$, and at right angles to each other are super imposed. The resultant wave form is a:

A

parabola

B

None of these

C

circle

D

ellipse

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Correct option is A. circle

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