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A spring has a force constant of 18.9 N/m and a rest length of 0.35 m.The spring is stretched to a length of 1.2 m and attached to a mass of 0.45 kg. When the spring is released, what is the speed of the mass when the spring has contracted to 0.70 m long?

Step 1

The change in potential energy of the spring must be equal to the kinetic energy gained by the mass when it is released. This can be expressed as

Step 2

Substitute the values in equ...

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