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a) A block with a mass of 0.600 kg is connected to a spring,
displaced in the positive direction a distance of 50.0 cm from
equilibrium, and released from rest at t = 0. The block then
oscillates without friction on a horizontal surface. After being
released, the first time the block is a distance of 15.0 cm from
equilibrium is at t = 0.200 s.

What is the block's period of oscillation?

_______ s

b) A block with a mass of 0.600 kg is connected to a spring,
displaced in the positive direction a distance of 50.0 cm from
equilibrium, and released from rest at t = 0. The block then
oscillates without friction on a horizontal surface. After being
released, the first time the block is a distance of 15.0 cm from
equilibrium is at t = 0.200 s.

What is the the numerical value of the spring constant?

_______ N/m

c) A block with a mass of 0.600 kg is connected to a spring,
displaced in the positive direction a distance of 50.0 cm from
equilibrium, and released from rest at t = 0. The block then
oscillates without friction on a horizontal surface. After being
released, the first time the block is a distance of 15.0 cm from
equilibrium is at t = 0.200 s.

What is the block’s velocity at t = 0.200 s? If the velocity is in
the negative direction, include a minus sign.

_______ m/s

d) A block with a mass of 0.600 kg is connected to a spring,
displaced in the positive direction a distance of 50.0 cm from
equilibrium, and released from rest at t = 0. The block then
oscillates without friction on a horizontal surface. After being
released, the first time the block is a distance of 15.0 cm from
equilibrium is at t = 0.200 s.

What is the block’s acceleration at t = 0.200 s? If the
acceleration is in the negative direction, include a minus
sign.

_______ m/s

Answer #1

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displaced in the positive direction a distance of 50.0 cm from
equilibrium, and released from rest at t = 0. The block then
oscillates without friction on a horizontal surface. After being
released, the first time the block is a distance of 25.0 cm from
equilibrium is at t = 0.200 s.
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_______ s
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