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An object is oscillating at the end of a horizontal spring with a

force constant of 354 N/m and the object's head is .15m from the equilibrium position with a speed of 3.1 m/s and a total energy of 5.7 J. Determine a) the mass of the object's head b) the amplitude of the motion, and c) the maximum speed attained by the object's head during its motion

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