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Physics Honors Chapter 12 Worksheet When a 50-gram mass is attached to a certain spring, is oscillates with an amplitude of 5 cm and frequency of 4.0 Hz. A watch is started at t = 0 at the instant the mass is at a point of maximum amplitude to the right of the equilibrium point. Later, this mass is removed from the spring and replaced with a 133-gram mass. 1) What is the spring constant of the spring? 2) What is the maximum speed of the 50-gram mass? 3) What is the total energy of the system? 4) What is the speed of the mass when it is 2 cm from the equilibrium position? 5) What is the acceleration of the mass when it is 2 cm from the equilibrium position?
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What is the location of the mass at t = 1.27 s? 7) What is the speed of the mass at t = 1.27 s? 8) What is the acceleration of the mass at t = 1.27 s? 9) What is the period of the oscillation of the 133-gram mass? A simple pendulum is made up of a 400-g mass attached to a 1.30-m string. It is pulled to right a distance of 10 cm and then released from rest at time
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