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10_10_Energy_Spring

# 10_10_Energy_Spring - a Find the velocity of the block at...

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Physics 211 10/10 HW Handout Due Monday 10/14 Fall 2002 Spring Energy 1) A spring of spring constant k = 300 N/m is compressed 0.5 m from its equilibrium position by a block of mass 2 kg. After release the block moves right across a frictionless surface to point B. Between B and C, a distance of 1 meter, there is friction with μ k = 0.6. After C the block slides up a frictionless ramp to point D, a distance h above its starting point. Then the block turns around, and returns to the spring, compressing it.
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Unformatted text preview: a) Find the velocity of the block at point A. Show all your work using buckets. b) Find the height, h, when the block is at its turnaround point. Hint: You will need to find the friction force. Show all your work using buckets. c) Find the velocity of the block at point A on the return trip. Show all your work using buckets. d) How far does the block compress the spring from its equilibrium position? Show all your work using buckets. A B C 0.5m D h...
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