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(11%) Problem3: Suppose the spring constant of a simple harmonic oscillator of mass 140 g is increased by a factor of 3. DA What will the mass need

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(11%) Problem3: Suppose the spring constant of a simple harmonic oscillator of mass 140 g is increased by a factor of 3.
DA What will the mass need to be, in grams, if the frequency is to stay the same under the change in the spring constant?
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