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A block with mass 3.10 kgkg is attached to a vertical spring that has negligible mass and force constant 895 N/mN/m . The spring initially is relaxed and in equilibrium. The block is released from rest.

a) What is its speed after it has descended 0.0500 mm from its initial position?

Express your answer with the appropriate units.

b) What is the maximum speed of the block as it descends?

Express your answer with the appropriate units.

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