1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data Use your program for the viscously damped spring to solve this problem. Make sure you change the parameters as specified below. A mass m=7.5 kg is attached to the end of a spring with a spring constant of k=18.3 N/m. The mass moves through a viscous damping medium with a damping constant b=1.8 kg/s giving a velocity dependent damping force Fdamp= -bv. The motion occurs in zero gravity so set the force of gravity to ZERO in your program. Also set the equilibrium position L0=0. The mass is initially motionless and displaced from equilibrium by a distance yinitial=0.2 m. What is the energy of the spring-mass system at the initial position of the mass? (the spring-mass system does not include the damping medium) What is the energy of the spring-mass system when the mass first passes through the equilibrium position? (you may wish to include a logical test to help you find when this occurs) 2. Relevant equations 1/2mv^2 mgy 3. The attempt at a solution just tried m*g for the first one so far.