Simple harmonic motion of an ideal spring

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no I mean if the mass is heavy enough(not so heavy that it deforms the spring)then it wouldn't quite rise back up to that same position..
 
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no I mean if the mass is heavy enough(not so heavy that it deforms the spring)then it wouldn't quite rise back up to that same position..
If it doesn't then it's because the spring deformed.
 
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It will rise back up to the original position, disregarding any dissipative force like air drag, and damping.

Conservation of energy demands that i rise back to the original position.

Edit: mindscape beat me to it.....
 
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thanx for all the help...appreciatcha!:approve:
 

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