1177450866 - HW Chapter 13 and Chapter 14 13.6 In a physics...

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HW Chapter 13 and Chapter 14 13.6 In a physics lab, you attach a 0.200-kg air-track glider to the end of an ideal spring of negligible mass and start it oscillating. The elapsed time from when the glider first moves through the equilibrium point to the second time it moves through point is 2.60 s. Find the spring force constant. 13.19 A 1.50-kg mass on a spring has displacement as a function of time given by the equation x(t) = (7.40 cm) cos [(4.16 s -1 )t – 2.42]. Find a) the time for one complete vibration; b) the force constant of the spring; c) the maximum speed of the mass; d) the maximum force on the mass; e) the position, speed, and acceleration of the mass at t = 1.00 s, and the force on the mass at that time. 13.44 A small sphere of mass m is attached to a massless rod of length L that is pivoted at the top, forming a simple pendulum. The pendulum is pulled to one side so that the rod is at an angle θ from the vertical, and released from rest. a) In a diagram, draw vectors representing the
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This note was uploaded on 09/08/2008 for the course PHYS 4A taught by Professor D.v during the Spring '07 term at Evergreen Valley.

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1177450866 - HW Chapter 13 and Chapter 14 13.6 In a physics...

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