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- Homework Statement
- See Image. Part C only

- Relevant Equations
- Us = 1/2 kx^2

F = kx

I think you could try to solve for the forces based on when the spring falls from an incline at various angles theta, but I am not sure. Or spring potential energy? I'm really confused.

Is there any other method? Could it involve using water and wave harmonics? (We learned waves and sound in conjunction with this unit).

I am in AP Physics 1 and here is the course content we have learned so far (Not including Electrostatics + Circuits because I have minimal understanding of those and I doubt they have any relevance to the problem).

1: Kinematics

2: Dynamics

3: Circular Motion and Gravitation

4: Energy

5: Momentum

6: Simple Harmonic Motion

7: Torque and Rotational Motion

8: Mechanical Waves and Sound

Based on these topics we have covered in class, what other methods could be applicable to this problem?

Thanks in advance.