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2. A very light spring is 10.0 cm long with no mass attached to it. When 50.0 grams are added to it,
its length increases to 11.25 cm. Another 100.0 - g mass is added to the, and it is set into oscillation.
How much time is required for 100 complete oscillations?
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2. A very light spring is 10.0 cm long with no mass attached to it. When 50.0 grams are added to it, its length increases to 11.25 cm. Another 100.0 - g mass is added to the, and it is set into oscillation. How much time is required for 100 complete oscillations?

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Step 1

Write the equation for force due to gravity

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F mg Heremis the mass and gis the accelerati on due to gravity

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Step 2

This force is equal to the energy stored is the spring

Therefore,

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mg = Kr Here Kis the spring constant andxis the extensi on of the spring from equilibrium positi on

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Substitute the values and re...

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(102m (10 kg (9.8m/s2= K (11.25cm-10cm' 50g 1g lcm K 39.2 Nm

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