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A mass of 0.6 kg stretches spring 12 cm. The mass is pulled down an additional 5 cm and released. a)Find frequency of oscillation, b) maximum kinetic energy, and c) total energy at a point 3 cm. from the equilibrium.

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A mass of 0.500 kg stretches a spring 20.0 cm. Find the force
constant of the spring. If the mass is pulled down an additional
distance of 5.00 cm and then released, find the initial restoring
force, the period, and the total energy of the resulting simple
harmonic motion.
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A student stretches a spring, attaches a 1.70 kg mass to it, and
releases the mass from rest on a frictionless surface. The
resulting oscillation has a period of 0.530 s and an amplitude of
26.0 cm. Determine the oscillation frequency, the spring constant,
and the speed of the mass when it is halfway to the equilibrium
position.
(a) the oscillation frequency (in Hz)
Hz
(b) the spring constant (in N/m)
N/m
(c) the speed of the mass (in m/s)...

A spring has an unstretched length of 10 cm. When a 150 g mass
is added the spring stretches to a total
length of 15 cm, where the mass rests at equilibrium.
What is the spring constant of the spring?
Now the mass is pulled down by an additional 5 cm, so that the
total length of the spring is 20 cm,
and then released. What is the frequency and period of the
subsequent oscillation?
Draw a graph—including numbers on...

A spring has an unstretched length of 10 cm. When a 150 g mass
is added the spring stretches to a total length of 15 cm, where the
mass rests at equilibrium.
A. What is the spring constant of the spring?
B. Now the mass is pulled down by an additional 5 cm, so that
the total length of the spring is 20 cm, and then released. What is
the frequency and period of the subsequent oscillation?
C. Draw a...

A spring has an unstretched length of 10 cm. When a 150 g mass
is added the spring stretches to a total length of 15 cm, where the
mass rests at equilibrium.
A. What is the spring constant of the spring?
B. Now the mass is pulled down by an additional 5 cm, so that
the total length of the spring is 20 cm,and then released. What is
the frequency and period of the subsequent oscillation?
C. Draw a graph—including...

A 50-gram mass is attached to a vertical spring; the spring
stretches 8.0 cm. Determine the stiffness of the spring. If it is
now stretched an additional 2.0 cm, determine its period and
frequency of oscillation.
A 50-gram mass is attached to a vertical spring; the
spring stretches 8.0 cm. Determine the stiffness of the spring. If
it is now stretched an additional 2.0 cm, determine its period and
frequency of oscillation.

A proud deep-sea fisherman hangs a 64.0-kg fish from an ideal
spring having negligible mass. The fish stretches the spring 0.135
m.
(a) Find the force constant of the spring.
N/m
The fish is now pulled down 5.75 cm and released.
(b) What is the period of oscillation of the fish?
s
(c) What is the maximum speed it will reach?
m/s

A block of mass m = 1.5 kg is attached to a massless,
frictionless vertical spring and stretches the spring by an amount
y0 = 0.15m
a)find the spring constant k of the spring
b) the block is then pulled down by an additional 0.05m below
its equilibrium position and is released. express the position of
the block during its resulting simple harmonic motion using the
equation y(t) = ymcos(wt+@).
c) find the maximum acceleration fo the block A(m).
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When a 0.411 kg mass is hung from a certain spring it stretches
0.148 m to its equilibrium position at point P. If this mass is
pulled down 0.139 m from point P and released, what is the
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is no damping and that the mass is set in motion from 0.5 m above
its equilibrium position with a downward velocity of 2 m/s,
determine the position of the mass at any time. Find the amplitude,
the frequency, the period and the phase shift of the motion.

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