Question

**When A 200 g block is attached to a vertical spring it
is stretched by 10 cm. If the block is then lifted 5 cm and
released it will execute simple harmonic motion with a period of
0.3 s.**

**(a) Find the force constant of the spring.**

**(b) Find the mass of the block.**

**(c) Find the amplitude of the motion.**

**(d) What is the maximum speed of the block?**

**(e) What is the speed of the block at the amplitude
position?**

**(f) What is the frequency of the system?**

Answer #1

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