A block is attached to a ceiling by a spring ofy(1)force constant k. When pulled down andreleased, the block undergoes simple harmonicmotion. The motion of the block is shown in thetime plot on the right. Which of the followingdescribes the amplitude A and frequency fofthe motion of the block?2t(s)16п24T32п8тA = 2; f= 16 HzA = 2; f= 1/(16m) HzA = 4; f = 1/(8m) HzA = 4; f= 1/(16m) HzWhich of the following equations of motion best describes the motion of the block?y(1) = 2cos(18)y(1) = 2cos(81)y(t) = 4cos(16nt)y(t) = 4cos(t/8)%3D(Scroll down to answer last question) If the mass of the block is 4.14 kg, what is the force constant k of the spring?NumberN/m

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A block is attached to a ceiling by a spring of
y(1)
force constant k. When pulled down and
released, the block undergoes simple harmonic
motion. The motion of the block is shown in the
time plot on the right. Which of the following
describes the amplitude A and frequency fof
the motion of the block?
2
t(s)
16п
24T
32п
8т
A = 2; f= 16 Hz
A = 2; f= 1/(16m) Hz
A = 4; f = 1/(8m) Hz
A = 4; f= 1/(16m) Hz
Which of the following equations of motion best describes the motion of the block?
y(1) = 2cos(18)
y(1) = 2cos(81)
y(t) = 4cos(16nt)
y(t) = 4cos(t/8)
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A block is attached to a ceiling by a spring of y(1) force constant k. When pulled down and released, the block undergoes simple harmonic motion. The motion of the block is shown in the time plot on the right. Which of the following describes the amplitude A and frequency fof the motion of the block? 2 t(s) 16п 24T 32п 8т A = 2; f= 16 Hz A = 2; f= 1/(16m) Hz A = 4; f = 1/(8m) Hz A = 4; f= 1/(16m) Hz Which of the following equations of motion best describes the motion of the block? y(1) = 2cos(18) y(1) = 2cos(81) y(t) = 4cos(16nt) y(t) = 4cos(t/8) %3D (Scroll down to answer last question)

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Refer given figure, the amplitude and frequency is,

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A=2 unit Hz 16я

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Hence option (2) is correct.

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y)Acos(2) (2)cos 2 16x 2cos

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