ball is dropped in a hole passing through centre of earth, Physics

what will happen when a ball is dropped in a hole passing through the centre of earth through out diametrically?

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The ball will execute simple harmonic motion centered at the centre of the earth since the acceleration will be propotional to displacement.

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