Question

A 3.70 kg mass is attached to a spring with a spring constant of 4.06 N/m

. It is initially

lifted away from its equilibrium position by 0.200 m in the positive direction and

released from rest.

A)

What is the angular frequency for this oscillator?

B)

What is the time period for one oscillation for this oscillator?

C)

Draw out the motion of the oscillator on the graph at the top of the page. (

D)

What is the

speed of the mass as it passes through the equilibrium point (x=0)

?

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