Problem 7.88<13 of 18Constants Periodic TableA 0.22 kg block oscillates between two 18 N/m springs, asshown in the figure. (Figure 1)Part AWhat's the oscillation period?Express your answer using two significant figures.ν ΑΣφ?T =ERequest AnswerSubmitFigure1 of 1Part BCompare with the period of the same block oscillating on a single 18 N/m springExpress your answer using two significant figures.www.wnvwwΑΣφTsingleRequest AnswerSubmit

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Problem 7.88
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13 of 18
Constants Periodic Table
A 0.22 kg block oscillates between two 18 N/m springs, as
shown in the figure. (Figure 1)
Part A
What's the oscillation period?
Express your answer using two significant figures.
ν ΑΣφ
?
T =E
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Figure
1 of 1
Part B
Compare with the period of the same block oscillating on a single 18 N/m spring
Express your answer using two significant figures.
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ΑΣφ
Tsingle
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Problem 7.88 < 13 of 18 Constants Periodic Table A 0.22 kg block oscillates between two 18 N/m springs, as shown in the figure. (Figure 1) Part A What's the oscillation period? Express your answer using two significant figures. ν ΑΣφ ? T =E Request Answer Submit Figure 1 of 1 Part B Compare with the period of the same block oscillating on a single 18 N/m spring Express your answer using two significant figures. www.wnv ww ΑΣφ Tsingle Request Answer Submit

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The time period of the oscillating block between the two springs can be calculated as,

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т Т 3D 2т. 2k 0.22 kg = 27 2(18 N/m) 0.22 kg =277 2 1 kg m/s 36 N/m 1N = 0.49 s

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The time period of the oscillating block on a sin...

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Т. single = 27r 0.22 kg -27T (18 N/m 0.22 kg =27T 1 kg m/s2 |18 N/m 1N 0.69 s

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