lass 15.0 kg, attacacross a frictionless surface. The force constantacceleration of the object when the spring hhed to an ideal massless spring, is pulled horizontallyof the spring is 50.0 N/m. What is thehas been stretched by 0.950 m?kx:a: .le mlong. You start with the swing hanging vertically and pull it until the chain makes anangle of 35.0° with the vertical while your sister is at rest. What is your sister's mass,assuming negligible friction?1. You do 200 J of work while pulling your sister back on a swing, whose chain is 5.00 mr1

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lass 15.0 kg, attac
across a frictionless surface. The force constant
acceleration of the object when the spring h
hed to an ideal massless spring, is pulled horizontally
of the spring is 50.0 N/m. What is the
has been stretched by 0.950 m?
kx:
a: .le m
long. You start with the swing hanging vertically and pull it until the chain makes an
angle of 35.0° with the vertical while your sister is at rest. What is your sister's mass,
assuming negligible friction?
1. You do 200 J of work while pulling your sister back on a swing, whose chain is 5.00 m
r1
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lass 15.0 kg, attac across a frictionless surface. The force constant acceleration of the object when the spring h hed to an ideal massless spring, is pulled horizontally of the spring is 50.0 N/m. What is the has been stretched by 0.950 m? kx: a: .le m long. You start with the swing hanging vertically and pull it until the chain makes an angle of 35.0° with the vertical while your sister is at rest. What is your sister's mass, assuming negligible friction? 1. You do 200 J of work while pulling your sister back on a swing, whose chain is 5.00 m r1

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