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    here you have variable force:- F=-kx ... it depends on position.

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    |dw:1350261159818:dw|

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    this is strange ... the bullet emerges with almost same veclocity http://www.wolframalpha.com/input/?i=sqrt%282%281%2F2*0.005*400^2+-+900*0.05^2%2F2+%29%2F0.005%29

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    for this .. just remember PE of spring is \[ {1 \over 2}kx^2\]

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