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MY ATTEMPT:

angular frequency= square root (2k/m)

frequence= (1/2pi)angular frequency

Period= 1/frequency

It seems to be too easy like that so am not sure am right...:uhh:

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MY ATTEMPT:

angular frequency= square root (2k/m)

frequence= (1/2pi)angular frequency

Period= 1/frequency

It seems to be too easy like that so am not sure am right...:uhh:

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initially 0.1, from sin 30 we know the original y displacement = .05, and so the amplitude will vary between .03 and .07. The real trick is trying to figure out the k to use as its not simply k, the spring constant, but proportionate to the amt of additional stretch that works in the y direction.

see https://www.physicsforums.com/showthread.php?t=159470&page=2

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