Asked May 1, 2019

A block of mass m=6 kg is suspended vertically from a spring. The time it takes for the block to complete 10 oscillations is 30 s. The amplitude of oscillations is A=15 cm. What is the frequency of the simple harmonic motion? What is the spring constant of the spring? 

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The frequency of simple harmonic oscillator can be calculated as follows.

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The spring constant of the spring c...


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