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Physics Honors Chapter 12 Quiz 1. The amplitude of a system moving with simple harmonic motion is doubled. The total energy of the system will then be A. four times larger. B. three times larger. C. two times larger. D. unchanged. E. half as much. 2. A mass is attached to a vertical spring and bobs up and down between points A and B. Where is the mass located when its kinetic energy is a maximum? A. At either A or B B. Midway between A and B C. 25% of the way from A to B D. Kinetic energy is always a maximum. E. None of these. 3. A simple pendulum consists of a mass M attached to a weightless string of length L. For this system, when undergoing small oscillations A. the frequency depends on the amplitude. B. the period depends on the amplitude. C. the frequency does not depend on the mass M. D. the frequency does not depend on the length L. E. the frequency is proportional to the period. 4.
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