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**1. A mass M is connected to a wall by an ideal spring. The mass is on a frictionless surface. The mass is pushed toward the wall, compressing the spring by a distance X. Use the impulse-momentum theorem to demonstrate that the mass will reach a maximum velocity of X * (K / M)^1/2.**

**2. J = delta P, P = MV**

**3. J = delta P**

Fn * t = MV - 0

-kx * t = MV What is t supposed to be? How can I finish this problem?

Fn * t = MV - 0

-kx * t = MV What is t supposed to be? How can I finish this problem?

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