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A block of mass m is dropped from a height h onto a spring with spring constant k , as shown. If the spring compresses a distance y , from what
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Unformatted text preview: height h was the block dropped? m h y k h = ? A. k y /mg B. k( y) 2 / 2mg C. k( y) 2 / 2mg - y D. Not sure...
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