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A block of mass 0.550 kg is pushed against a horizontal spring of negligible mass until the spring is compressed a distance x. The force constant of the spring is 450 N/m. When it is released, the block travels along a frictionless, horizontal surface to point , the bottomof a vertical circular track of radius R 1.00 m, and continues to move up the track. The speed of the block at the bottom of the track is vA = 14.0 m/s, and the block experiences an average frictional force of 7.00 N while sliding up the trackRMwwwwwwA(a) What is x?(b) If the block were to reach the top of the track, what would be its speed at that point??m/s(c) Does the block actually reach the top of the track, or does it fall off before reaching the top?Oblock reaches top of the trackO block falls off before reaching the top

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A block of mass 0.550 kg is pushed against a horizontal spring of negligible mass until the spring is compressed a distance x. The force constant of the spring is 450 N/m. When it is released, the block travels along a frictionless, horizontal surface to point , the bottom
of a vertical circular track of radius R 1.00 m, and continues to move up the track. The speed of the block at the bottom of the track is vA = 14.0 m/s, and the block experiences an average frictional force of 7.00 N while sliding up the track
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(a) What is x?
(b) If the block were to reach the top of the track, what would be its speed at that point??
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(c) Does the block actually reach the top of the track, or does it fall off before reaching the top?
Oblock reaches top of the track
O block falls off before reaching the top
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A block of mass 0.550 kg is pushed against a horizontal spring of negligible mass until the spring is compressed a distance x. The force constant of the spring is 450 N/m. When it is released, the block travels along a frictionless, horizontal surface to point , the bottom of a vertical circular track of radius R 1.00 m, and continues to move up the track. The speed of the block at the bottom of the track is vA = 14.0 m/s, and the block experiences an average frictional force of 7.00 N while sliding up the track R Mw wwwww A (a) What is x? (b) If the block were to reach the top of the track, what would be its speed at that point?? m/s (c) Does the block actually reach the top of the track, or does it fall off before reaching the top? Oblock reaches top of the track O block falls off before reaching the top

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Mas of block, m= 0.55o k
450 N/m
Spoing Constand, K
Speed of block (at point A), VA =4.0 m/s
Radius of toack, R= L.00 m
ictonal foote on block, =7.00 N
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Glven Mas of block, m= 0.55o k 450 N/m Spoing Constand, K Speed of block (at point A), VA =4.0 m/s Radius of toack, R= L.00 m ictonal foote on block, =7.00 N

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Step 2
Partla)
when the block A preMed agafnst
the Spoing to
The potential energy storedl fn the
Spaing ts (h) k
ohen Spring is deleased, if re stored.
its orignal shape by pushing the
certain distance
block foom rest (Vaihae=0) to Ae
Cextain Apeed (Vfinal)
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Partla) when the block A preMed agafnst the Spoing to The potential energy storedl fn the Spaing ts (h) k ohen Spring is deleased, if re stored. its orignal shape by pushing the certain distance block foom rest (Vaihae=0) to Ae Cextain Apeed (Vfinal)

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Step 3
Sce, the hoigontal surface s
fictonlen, te final velociky of the
block i egual to the velocily of block
at point A Vnal = Va = 1t.0 m/s)
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Sce, the hoigontal surface s fictonlen, te final velociky of the block i egual to the velocily of block at point A Vnal = Va = 1t.0 m/s)

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