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Compare and contrast cyclic movement with periodic movement. Give an example of each kind of movement.

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  1. kristen.4
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    Both cyclic and periodic movement are temporary relocations of people, and both involve a return home. Cyclic movement represents shorter periods of time, measured in days or weeks, and always involves a return home. A cyclical trip might be a daily commute or a weekly trip. Periodic movement represents longer periods, often measured in several months or years. A student moving away from home to attend college may be moving periodically.

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