Question

A body of unknown mass is tied to an ideal spring with 164 N / m force constant. It oscillates with a frequency of 14 Hz. Calculate a) the period of movement, b) the angular frequency and c) the mass of the body

a |
a) 0.071 s; b) 87.96 rad/s; c) 21.19 g |

b |
a) 0.071 s; b) 87.96 rad/s; c) 1.66 g |

c |
a) 0.071 s; b) 43.98 rad/s; c) 6.62 g |

d |
a) 0.071 s; b) 43.98 rad/s; c) 84.78 g |

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