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Time taken for a mass on the end of a spring to hit a wall

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Homework Statement



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Homework Equations



The Attempt at a Solution



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The attachment does not show work related to the question you posted, I guess you uploaded the wrong picture.
Thanks, I've changed the post.
 
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Thanks, I've changed the post.
I don't understand your calculation of the spring constant. 1.122 (2.4) must be > 2.
 

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