phys_2C_review - OSCILLATIONS 1. At t = 0, the displacement...

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OSCILLATIONS 1. At t = 0, the displacement x(0) of the block in a linear oscillator is -8.50 cm. The block s velocity v(0) then is -0.920 m/s, and its acceleration a(0) is +47.0 m/s 2 . a)What is the angular frequency? b)What are the phase constant ! and amplitude A?
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2. An oscillator consists of a block attached to a spring (k = 400 N/m). At some time t, the position (measured from the system s equilibrium location), velocity, and acceleration of the block are x = 0.100 m, v = -13.6 m/s, and a = -123m/s 2 . Calculate a)the frequency of oscillation, b)the mass of the block, and c) the amplitude of the motion.
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a rigid support by a spring of constant k. A bullet of mass m and velocity v strikes the block. The bullet is embedded in the block. Determine a)the speed of the block immediately after the collision and b) the amplitude of the resulting simple harmonic motion. FIGURE
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This note was uploaded on 09/23/2010 for the course PH 02c taught by Professor Mile during the Spring '04 term at Riverside Community College.

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