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Answer #1

(1)

Given that,

mass, m = 2.61 kg

Amplitude, A = 0.923 m

(a)

Frequency, f = 65 / 129

f = 0.5038 Hz

(b)

f = (1 / 2*pi) * sqrt (k / m)

0.5038 = (1 / 2*pi) * sqrt (k / 2.61)

k = 26.16 N/m

From energy conservation,

(1/2)kA^2 = (1/2)mv^2

speed at the equilibrium position,

v_{max} = sqrt (kA^2 / m) = sqrt
(26.16*0.923^{2} / 2.61)

vmax = 2.92 m/s

(c)

Spring constant,

k = 26.16 N/m

(d)

potential energy at an endpoint,

U_{max} = (1/2)kA^2

U_{max} = (1/2)*26.16*(0.923)^{2}

U_{max} = 11.14 J

(e)

Potential energy when the particle is located 68.5% of the amplitude,

U = (1/2)kx^2 = (1/2)*26.16*(0.685*0.923)^{2}

U = 5.22 J

(f)

Kinetic energy at that position,

KE = Umax - U = 11.14 - 5.22

KE = 5.91 J

(g)

(1/2)mv^2 = 5.91

(1/2)*2.61*v^2 = 5.91

speed, v = 2.128 m/s

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