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Can some one tell me what are the formulas they used in part a ? I can't find them in my book (Halliday, fundamentals of physics)

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Can some one tell me what are the formulas they used in part a ? I can't find them in my book (Halliday, fundamentals of physics)

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Can some one tell me what are the formulas they used in part a ? I can't find them in my book (Halliday, fundamentals of physics)

Hi Hitman6267!

The first is KE + PE = constant (and PE = 1/2 kx

The second is the standard formula for frequency at different speeds.

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