1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data Your niece is working on a unique science fair project - a clock built around a small mass vibrating on a little spring. Her prototype version is working ok, but it's running too slow. Given your experience in this course, you suggest to her that a stiffer spring should oscillate faster, so she goes out and finds a new one with stiffness constant ("K") that is a factor 2.2 times larger than the prototype spring. How many times larger is the frequency of the new version than the old one? (If you think the new frequency is 2 times the old one, enter 2.0) 2. Relevant equations This is where the problem is lying for me. I'm attempting to use F = 1/2pi*square root of K/M. I'm unable to find the numbers to complete the K/M at all in this question. 3. The attempt at a solution F= (1/2pi)=(.159) (.159)*Square root of K/M I cannot figure out what K and M should be and am clueless as to how I find the frequency out of this question and compare the two stiffness.