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A spring is haning down from the ceiling, and an object of massmis attached to the free end. The object is pulled down, thereby stretching the spring, and then released. The object oscillates up and down, and the time T required for one complete up and down oscillation is given by the equation T= 2pi square root of m/k, where k is known as the spring constant. What must be the dimension of k for this equation to be dimensionally correct?

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# Homework Help: Spring oscillations question

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