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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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#### Determine displacement from equilibrium position at a time of 2s.

Question f1 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 displacement from ... Read More

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#### Problem on spring and mass hanging at their new equilibrium position

Question A spring of constant k = 100 N/m changs at its natural length from a fixed stand. A mass of 3 kg is hung on the end of the spring, and slowly let down until the spring and mass hang at their new equilibrium position.   Find the value of the quantity x in the figure above. &nb ... Read More

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#### Problem on the potential energy in the spring at this distance

Question A spring of constant k = 100 N/m hangs at its natural length from a fixed stand. A mass of 3 kg is hung on the end of the spring, and slowly let down until the spring and mass hang at their new equilibrium position. The spring is now pulled down an additional distance x and released fro ... Read More

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#### Calculate the high point of release the mass rise

Question A spring of constant k = 100 N/m hangs at its natural length from a fixed stand. A mass of 3 kg is hung on the end of the spring, and slowly let down until the spring and mass hang at their new equilibrium position. The spring is now pulled down an additional distance x and released fro ... Read More

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#### Calculate the period of oscillation for the mass

Question A spring of constant k = 100 N/m hangs at its natural length from a fixed stand. A mass of 3 kg is hung on the end of the spring, and slowly let down until the spring and mass hang at their new equilibrium position. The spring is now pulled down an additional distance x and released fro ... Read More

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#### Calculate the potential energy of the mass at the instant it is released.

Question A pendulum of mass 0.4kg and length 0.6 m is pulled back and released from and angle of 10Ëš to the vertical. What is the potential energy of the mass at the instant it is released. Choose potential energy to be zero at the bottom of the swing?           ... Read More

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#### Calculate the speed of the mass as it passes its lowest point

Question A pendulum of mass 0.4kg and length 0.6 m is pulled back and released from and angle of 10Ëš to the vertical. What is the speed of the mass as it passes its lowest point?             ... Read More

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#### Calculate the acceleration due to gravity on this planet

Question A pendulum of mass 0.4kg and length 0.6 m is pulled back and released from and angle of 10Ëš to the vertical. This same pendulum is taken to another planet where its period is 1.0 second. What is the acceleration due to gravity on this planet?         ... Read More

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#### According to chokeâ€™s law for an ideal spring, doubling the stretch distance will

Question According to choke’s flaw for an ideal spring, doubling the stretch distance will (A)double the velocity of the mass. (B)double the force that the spring exerts on the mass. (C)quadruple the force the spring exerts on the mass. (D)double the period. (E)double the frequency &nbs ... Read More

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#### the force vs displacement graph â€“ Multiple Choice Question

Question Consider the force vs displacement graph shown for an ideal spring. The work done in stretching the spring from 0.1 m to 0.5 m is (A)1 J (B)4 J (C)6 J (D)12 J (D)24 J           ... Read More