|Sep14-08, 12:08 PM||#1|
Simple Harmonic Motion - Mass on a spring
A mass 0.2kg attached to the lower end of a light helical spring produces an extension of 0.05m.
Calculate the force constant of the spring.
The mass is pulled down a further 0.02m and released. Calculate the time period of subseuent oscillations and the maximum value of the accelartion during motion. Assume g =10ms^-2.
I am struggling with all parts of the uestion - please can you outline a method for me to follow.
|Sep14-08, 05:46 PM||#2|
Would the acceleration be g?
|Sep14-08, 05:58 PM||#3|
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