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(Show all work!! Solve the?'s)

Steps

- Use Eq. 7 from the theory section to solve for spring constant using the mass and period values you have filled into Table 2
- Record the average spring constant value below Table 2 and use
this value to fill the spring constant column in Table 3. Use Eq. 7
again to solve for “m” and determine the value of the unknown
masses in Table 3. Eq 7:
*k= 4**π*^{2 }*(**m/**T*^{2}) =

**Table 2: Determine Spring Constant from Period vs.
Mass**

Mass (kg) |
Period, |
Spring Constant, |

0.1 |
0.80 |
? |

0.2 |
1.015 |
? |

0.3 |
1.51 |
? |

Average Spring Constant Value: _____?____________

**Table 3: Determine Mass from Period vs. Spring
Constant**

Mass (kg) |
Period, |
Spring Constant, |

Small green mass [_?__] |
0.61 |
? |

Med blue mass [__?_] |
0.91 |
? |

Large pink mass [_?__] |
1.06 |
? |

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