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• #### A spring has a relaxed length of 36 cm (0.36 m) and its spring stiffness is... A spring has a relaxed length of 36 cm (0.36 m) and its spring stiffness is 9 N/m. You glue a 83 gram block (0.083 kg) to the top of the spring, and push the block down, compressing the spring so its total length is 19 cm. You make sure the block is at rest, then at time t =...

• #### "Extra 2.6.07 (Multistep) Use the exact values you enter to make later calculations. Push down, Relaxed... "Extra 2.6.07 (Multistep) Use the exact values you enter to make later calculations. Push down, Relaxed ; length release from rest A spring has a relaxed length of 29 cm (0.29 m) and its spring stiffness is 6 N/m. You glue a 76 gram block (0.076 kg) to the top of the spring, and push the block down, compressing the...

• #### STEP 1 Force: Just after releasing the block, calculate the force exerted on the block by... STEP 1 Force: Just after releasing the block, calculate the force exerted on the block by the spring, the force exerted on the block by the Earth, and the net force: spring,r# 2.64 Earthy-6769 net.y - 1.96 0.676N 1.96 N Momentum update: Just after releasing the block, the momentum of the block is zero. Approximate the average net force during...

• #### Extra 2.6.07 (Multistep) Use the exact values you enter to make later calculations. Push down, from... Extra 2.6.07 (Multistep) Use the exact values you enter to make later calculations. Push down, from Relaxed length rest A spring has a relaxed length of 27 cm (0.27 m) and its spring stiffness is 6 N/m. You glue a 83 gram block (0.083 kg) to the top of the spring, and push the block down, compressing the spring so...

• #### A block of mass m = 1.07 kg is attached to a spring with force constant...

A block of mass m = 1.07 kg is attached to a spring with force constant 134.0 N/m. The block is free to move on a frictionless, horizontal surface as shown in the figure. The block is released from rest after the spring is stretched a distance A = 0.15 m to the right. What is the potential energy of...

• #### A block of mass m = 1.23 kg is attached to a spring with force constant...

A block of mass m = 1.23 kg is attached to a spring with force constant 157.0 N/m. The block is free to move on a frictionless, horizontal surface as shown in the figure. The block is released from rest after the spring is stretched a distance A = 0.11 m to the right. What is the potential energy of...

• #### A block of mass m = 0.57 kg is attached to a spring with force constant...

A block of mass m = 0.57 kg is attached to a spring with force constant 144.0 N/m. The block is free to move on a frictionless, horizontal surface as shown in the figure. The block is released from rest after the spring is stretched a distance A = 0.16 m to the right. What is the potential energy of...

• #### from the graph in Figure 2. 2 kg 100 N/m Foooo A student is conducting an... from the graph in Figure 2. 2 kg 100 N/m Foooo A student is conducting an experiment to analyze the mechanical energy of a block-spring system. The student places a block of mass 2kg on a horizontal surface and attaches the block to a horizontal spring of negligible mass and spring constant 100N/m, as shown in the figure. There is...

• #### 4. (12 pts) A block of mass, M, rests on a horizontal, frictionless surface and is... 4. (12 pts) A block of mass, M, rests on a horizontal, frictionless surface and is attached to a spring with a spring constant ofk-85.0 N/m as shown. The block is pulled back a distance d-0.250 m from equilibrium and released. The block completes 8 complete oscillations in 10.0 s. Equilibrium a). (4 pts) what is the magnitude of the...

• #### Block A in (Figure 1) has mass 1.00 kg, and block B has mass 3.00 kg.... Block A in (Figure 1) has mass 1.00 kg, and block B has mass 3.00 kg. The blocks are forced together, compressing a spring S between them; then the system is released from rest on a level, frictionless surface. The spring, which has negligible mass, is not fastened to either block and drops to the surface after it has expanded....