Quest-Oscillation - (3.00 sig figs) a.) What is the force...

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Question 1: In a dampened system, A 14.9 kg object oscillates at the end of a vertical spring with spring constant 1.52E4. Air resistance act to dampen the oscillation represented by a damping coefficient equal to 2.00 . (3 sig figs) a) What would the frequency of the oscillation be if no dampening was occurring? b.) Will the dampening cause any changes in the system's frequency? Question 2: Given the equation x= 5.00*cos(9.00πt+π) , with x in meters, to represent the position of an oscillating particle, determine its (3 sigs figs) a.) frequency b.) period c.) amplitude d.) phase constant e.) position at t = 0.750 s Question 3: A 1.00 kg object is attached to a spring attached to the space shuttle. 40.0 N of forces is required to hold the object 0.1000 m from equilibrium.
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Unformatted text preview: (3.00 sig figs) a.) What is the force constant of the spring? When the object is released, what is its b.) frequency? c.) maximum speed? d.) maximum acceleration? e.) total energy of the oscillating system? Question 4: Given the equation v= (9.00 m/s)*sin (3t), to represent an oscillating particle (3.00 sig figs) a.) Find its position at t = 0.450 s. b.) Find its acceleration at t = 0.450 s Question 5: A simple pendulum of mass 1.60 kg and length 5.70 m is displaced through an angle 0.00400 radians then released. What are, (3.00 sig figs) a.) the maximum speed? b.) the restoring force?...
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