1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data While visiting friends at Cal State Chico, you pay a visit to the Crazy Horse Saloon. This fine establishment features a 200- kg mechanical bucking bull that has a mechanism that makes it move vertically in simple harmonic motion. Whether the “bull” has a rider or not, it moves with the same amplitude 2.36 m and frequency 0.338 Hz. Being from Texas you decide to ride it the “macho” way by NOT holding on. To no ones surprise you go flying out of the saddle. While waiting for your bruises and pride to heal, you decide to calculate how fast upward you were moving when you left the saddle. Give your answer in m/s to the second decimal place I would offer a proposed solution to this problem, but I'm honestly not even sure where to begin. Any help in pointing me in just the general direction would be greatly appreciated. I imagine what I'm missing is something really natural and intuitive. Some stupid, small mistake.