Problem-2 A spring is hanging from the ceiling at its equilibrium. A mass of 275g is added to the spring, and the spring stretches by 12.5cm to its new equilibrium position (a) What is the spring constant in N/m? (b) If the mass is then displaced from its equilibrium position by an amount 5.00cm then let-go with zero initial velocity at t 0.00s, what is the frequency of oscillation of the mass? = (c) At what positions x are the accelerations of the mass the greatest? (d) Please write an equation for the velocity vs. time, v(t) of the mass after it is released

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Problem-2 A spring is hanging from the ceiling at its equilibrium. A mass of 275g is added to the spring,
and the spring stretches by 12.5cm to its new equilibrium position
(a) What is the spring constant in N/m?
(b) If the mass is then displaced from its equilibrium position by an amount 5.00cm then let-go with zero
initial velocity at t 0.00s, what is the frequency of oscillation of the mass?
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(c) At what positions x are the accelerations of the mass the greatest?
(d) Please write an equation for the velocity vs. time, v(t) of the mass after it is released
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Problem-2 A spring is hanging from the ceiling at its equilibrium. A mass of 275g is added to the spring, and the spring stretches by 12.5cm to its new equilibrium position (a) What is the spring constant in N/m? (b) If the mass is then displaced from its equilibrium position by an amount 5.00cm then let-go with zero initial velocity at t 0.00s, what is the frequency of oscillation of the mass? = (c) At what positions x are the accelerations of the mass the greatest? (d) Please write an equation for the velocity vs. time, v(t) of the mass after it is released

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