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What is the frequency of a 0.85-kg block bouncing on the end of a 3.8 Newton meter spring?

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You need the amplitude of the oscilation to find the frequency, or the period.

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"What is the frequency of a 0.85-kg block bouncing on the end of a 3.8 Newton meter spring?"

 

Frequency is \(\omega=\sqrt{\frac{k}{m}} \text{ radians/sec or: }f=2\pi \sqrt{\frac{k}{m}}\text{ cycles/sec}\)

 

(m is mass, k is spring constant)

 

I'll leave you to fill in the numbers!

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Alan  Apr 8, 2017
edited by Alan  Apr 8, 2017
edited by Alan  Apr 8, 2017

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