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mass 25 grams and the spring constant is 3 N/m. The spring is massless. Praveet pulls the mass down below equilibrium, so that it is at y =  3.5 cm, then lets go.
His lab partner, Asif, starts the stopwatch (ie sets t = 0) when the mass is at y =  1.0 cm and moving up. Assume that_ the mass is an undampedoscimm. (a) Make a sketch of the situation at t = 0 seconds. Include the +y axis and position of Jug—— the block.  /‘ "”
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Grifﬁth Physics 132 Name 2. (5 points) The ﬁgure below shows the energy of a harmonic oscillator versus time.
The energy is decaying, starting from E = 0.7 Joules at t = 0 seconds. The mass of the oscillator is 2.8 kg. Energy Decay of a Damped Harmonic Oscillator Energy in Joules
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Time in seconds (a) What is the time constant for this oscillator? Your answer must be within 5% of the
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3. (5 points) A 2.0 kHz sound wave travels in air, with speed 340 m/s. (a) What is the wavelength of the sound? (b) What is the phase difference between two points that are 6.5 cm apart, along the
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a. K: vqﬂ‘ _. 4) (5 points) The following is a snapshot graph 'of a wave pulse on a string at time t =
1.0 second. The speed of the pulse is 1 m/s and it is moving to the right. On the axes below, plot a history graph representing the displacement at locatio@¥ along the
string. Label the axes and include a scale and units. If necessary, add or modify the axes to show the wave pulse. D (cm) 0 but {55/ Farm Natal; Q
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