Question

A 500-g block is released from rest and slides down a
frictionless track that begins 2.26 m above the horizontal, as
shown in the figure below. At the bottom of the track, where the
surface is horizontal, the block strikes and sticks to a light
spring with a spring constant of 29.5 N/m. Find the maximum
distance the spring is compressed.

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A 500-g block rests at the top of a track on a horizontal
platform. From this platform, the track goes down and to the right,
and ends at another horizontal platform. The vertical distance
between the platforms is *h*. At the end of a track is a
spring with spring constant *k*. The right end of the spring
is attached to a wall, and the left end of the spring is
unattached.

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