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@ 21/31)92, 59/5'6 ﬂax The function x = (0.6 m)cos [(3n rad/s)t + n/3 rad]
gives simple harmonic motion. At t = 2.0 5, what are
1:; (a) displacement, (b) velocity (c) acceleration and (d) phase of the motion? Also, what are the (e) frequency
and (f) period of motion? 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
:1 a: location), velocity, and acceleration of the blpck
are x = 0.100m, v = ~13.6 m/s, and a = —123 m/s. Calculate (a) the frequency of oscillation, (b) .
the mass of the block, and (c) the amplitude of motion. 'l l l" I  I ‘1 v : .x .., A simple harmonic oscillator consists of a block a of mass 2.00 kg attached to a spring of spring :4
constant 100 N/m. When t = 1.005, the position and "
velocity of the block are x = 0.129 m and v = 3.415 ‘ ‘ 1
m/s. (a) What is the amplitude of the oscillations? What were the (b) position and (c) velocity of the
block at t = 0 s? i. .1 .4} i. 2: iii? A block rides on a piston that is moving vertically
with simple harmonic motion. (a) If the SHM has a
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which the block and piston will be in contact
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after the lagging particle leaves one end of the path? (b) Are they then moving in the same direction, toward
each other, or away from each other? A 4.00 kg block is suspended from a spring with k = 500 N/m. A 50.0 g bullet is fired into the block
from directly below with a speed of 150 m/s and becomes
embedded in the block. (a) Find the amplitude of the
resulting simple harmonic motion. (b) What percentage
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and a = ~123 m/s? and acceleration of the block
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