ABook a Flight: BestJoin conversationCourse HomeA-Z DatabasesWhitworth LibraryPirate Port | Publichttps://openvellum.ecollege.com/course.html?courseld-155442638HeplD=c5fa803dae2fe486ce2b2d26e3f885b8 # 10001HW 19Dr. Z recommends problem 4Part A=80 mm in (Figure 1)?What is the maximum speed of a 2.0 g particle that oscillates between 2.0 mm and 2Express your answers using two significant figures and include the appropriate units.UnitsValueBequest AnsyerSubmitFigure1 of 1Provide FeedbackU (J)5F4-x (mm)8264P PearsonPermissions | Contact UsPrivacy Policy2019 Pearson Education Inc. All rights reserved. I Terms of Useyct/itemView?assignmentProblemID-1209991368offset-nextAASUS3f12f4palbrfl1f10f5f6f8O/f9f7X$%A&

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HW 19
Dr. Z recommends problem 4
Part A
=80 mm in (Figure 1)?
What is the maximum speed of a 2.0 g particle that oscillates between 2.0 mm and 2
Express your answers using two significant figures and include the appropriate units.
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ABook a Flight: Best Join conversation Course Home A-Z Databases Whitworth Library Pirate Port | Public https://openvellum.ecollege.com/course.html?courseld-155442638HeplD=c5fa803dae2fe486ce2b2d26e3f885b8 # 10001 HW 19 Dr. Z recommends problem 4 Part A =80 mm in (Figure 1)? What is the maximum speed of a 2.0 g particle that oscillates between 2.0 mm and 2 Express your answers using two significant figures and include the appropriate units. Units Value Bequest Ansyer Submit Figure 1 of 1 Provide Feedback U (J) 5F 4- x (mm) 8 2 6 4 P Pearson Permissions | Contact Us Privacy Policy 2019 Pearson Education Inc. All rights reserved. I Terms of Use yct/itemView?assignmentProblemID-1209991368offset-next A ASUS 3 f12 f4 pal br fl1 f10 f5 f6 f8 O/ f9 f7 X $ % A &

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Part A

From the given figure the potential energy is in between the oscillating distance 2mm to 8mm is 5J.

The maximum speed is attained at the lowest point of the curve in that position, the potential energy is 1J.

The potential energy of the particle is converted into kinetic energy of the difference 4J, here the kinetic energy is maximum,

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2(4J)
'0.001kg
(2.0g)
lkg
2(4J)
(0.002kg)
3 63.2ш/s
63 ш/s
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2(4J) '0.001kg (2.0g) lkg 2(4J) (0.002kg) 3 63.2ш/s 63 ш/s

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