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A spring with spring constant 250 N/m vibrates with an amplitude of 12.0 cm when a...

A spring with spring constant 250 N/m vibrates with an amplitude of 12.0 cm when a 0.380 kg mass hangs from it.  (a) What is the equation describing this motion as a function of time? Assume that the mass passes through the equilibrium point toward positive x (upward), at t = 0.110 s. (b) At what times will the spring have its maximum and minimum lengths? (c) What is the displacement at t = 0? (d) What is the force exerted by the spring at t = 0?  (e) What is the maximum speed and when is it first reached after t = 0?

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Dear bloke,

I don't know part d and e after long calculation i didn't reach at the satisfactory values. Sorry AMD apologize for not posting them. Please rate my other parts.

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