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features of a harmonic motion

Question Fig shows a mass attached to two springs. The mass moves along a horizontal tube with one spring stretched and the other compressed. A narrow marked on the mass indicates its position on a scale. fig1 shows the situation when mass is displaced through a distance x from its equilibrium posi ... Read More

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frequency of a simple harmonic motion

Question Fig shows a mass attached to two springs. The mass moves along a horizontal tube with one spring stretched and the other compressed. A narrow marked on the mass indicates its position on a scale. Fig1 shows the situation when mass is displaced through a distance x from its equilibrium posi ... Read More

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angular speed in a harmonic motion

Question Fig shows amass attached to two springs. The mass moves along a horizontal tube with one spring stretched and the other compressed. A narrow marked on the mass indicates its position on a scale. Fig1 shows the situation when mass is displaced through a distance x from its equilibrium posit ... Read More

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rotational speed in a harmonic motion

Question Fig shows amass attached to two springs. The mass moves along a horizontal tube with one spring stretched and the other compressed. A narrow marked on the mass indicates its position on a scale. Fig1 shows the situation when mass is displaced through a distance x from its equilibrium posit ... Read More

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amplitude of a harmonic motion

Question   A bored student (in a biology lesson) holds one end of a flexible plastic ruler against the laboratory bench and licks the other end, setting the ruler into oscillation. The end of the ruler moves a total distance of 8.0cm as in the diagram and makes 28 complete oscillations in 10s ... Read More

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speed in a harmonic motion

Question A bored student (in a biology lesson) holds one end of a flexible plastic ruler against the laboratory bench and licks the other end, setting the ruler into oscillation. The end of the ruler moves a total distance of 8.0cm as in the diagram and makes 28 complete oscillations in 10s. &nb ... Read More

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spring constant of a spring

Question A small 0.10 kg block starts from rest at point A, which is at a height of 1.0 m. The surface between points A and B and between points C and D is frictionless, but is rough between points B and C, having a coefficient of friction of 0.10. After traveling the distance â„“ = 1.0 m, the ... Read More

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speed of a block after collision with a spring

Question A small 0.10 kg block starts from rest at point A, which is at a height of 1.0 m. The surface between points A and B and between points C and D is frictionless, but is rough between points B and C, having a coefficient of friction of 0.10. After traveling the distance â„“ = 1.0 m, the ... Read More

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speed of a block after collision with a spring

Question A small 0.10 kg block starts from rest at point A, which is at a height of 1.0 m. The surface between points A and B and between points C and D is frictionless, but is rough between points B and C, having a coefficient of friction of 0.10. After traveling the distance â„“ = 1.0 m, the ... Read More

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Determine the frequency f of oscillation

Question A mass of 0.5 kg oscillates on the end of a spring on a horizontal surface with negligible friction according to the equation . The graph of F fvs. fx for this motion is shown below. The last data point corresponds to the maximum displacement of the mass. Determine the frequency f of ... Read More

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Determine angular frequency ω of the oscillation

Question A mass of 0.5 kg oscillates on the end of a spring on a horizontal surface with negligible friction according to the equation . The graph of F vs. x for this motion is shown below. The last data point corresponds to the maximum displacement of the mass. Determine angular frequency &om ... Read More

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Determine the amplitude of oscillation

Question A mass of 0.5 kg oscillates on the end of a spring on a horizontal surface with negligible friction according to the equation . The graph of F fvs. fx for this motion is shown below. The last data point corresponds to the maximum displacement of the mass. Determine the amplitude of os ... Read More

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