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A 205 g mass attached to a horizontal spring oscillates at a frequency of 1.00 Hz . At t =0s, the mass is at x= 4.20 cm and has vx =− 23.0 cm/s . Determine: (a) the period s (b) the angular frequency rad/s (c) the amplitude cm (d) the phase constant rad (e) the maximum speed cm/s (f) the maximum acceleration cm/s2 (g) the total energy J (h) the position at t = 4.2s

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