Question

61) The position of a 0.75-kg cart attached to a spring can be
given by the equation . (a) Plot position-time,

velocity-time, and acceleration-time graphs representing the motion
of the cart. (b) Draw a force diagram showing all forces exerted on
the cart when it is at its maximum displacement away from
equilibrium. (c) Determine the force the spring exerts on the cart
at that displacement.

no
equation was given, sorry :(

Answer #1

Hi Dear ,

Neither the spring constant nor the the distance from the equilibrium is given so I am providing a general framework as instant remedy.

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Courtesy : H.J. Pain, The Physics of Vibrations and Waves 6th Ed

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