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anonymous
 5 years ago
A 1.20 kg block is attached to a spring with spring constant 15 n/m. While the block is sitting at rest, a student hits it with a hammer and almost instantaneously gives it a speed of 42 cm/s.
What is the amplitude of the subsequent oscillations?
What is the block's speed at the point where x= 0.60 A?
anonymous
 5 years ago
A 1.20 kg block is attached to a spring with spring constant 15 n/m. While the block is sitting at rest, a student hits it with a hammer and almost instantaneously gives it a speed of 42 cm/s. What is the amplitude of the subsequent oscillations? What is the block's speed at the point where x= 0.60 A?

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