hawkfalcon
How do I find amplitude of a vertical spring using displacement, spring constant, and mass?



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vannayen
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mg=kx
x=mg/k, when t=0, x=A

hawkfalcon
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I have x, not A. t!=0

vannayen
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but i not sure your question

hawkfalcon
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I have a mass attached to a vertical spring and I need to find how high the spring needs to be so the mass wont hit the ground.

hawkfalcon
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@vannayen So, I was going to find the max amplitude.

vannayen
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x=A,when t=0 is max amplitude

hawkfalcon
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That won't work in my case.

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x=mg/k