Question

A mass oscillates on a horizontal spring with a maximum speed of 10 ?/?. If the amplitude of the oscillation is half and the mass is a quarter, then the maximum speed will be

A) 2.5 ?/?

B) 4.0 ?/?

C) 8.5 ?/?

D) 10 ?/?

E) 40 ?/

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