1. | A 4 kg mass attached to a spring undergoes simple harmonic motion with period 2.5 s. What is the spring constant? |
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2. | A 2 kg mass is placed on the end of a spring with constant 250 N/m. What will be the period of oscillation when the spring performs simple harmonic motion? |
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3. | Below is the expression for: |
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4. | Which is the correct formula for the angular velocity, ? |
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5. | A particle undergoes simple harmonic motion with angular velocity of 7 rad/s and amplitude of 2 m. It starts with maximum forward amplitude at time t = 0. Find the acceleration at time t = 6s. |
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6. | If the following is a graph of the force on an object at time t, which graph shows the displacement? |
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7. | What is the correct formula for the period of the simple harmonic motion of a mass, m , on a spring of constant, k. |
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8. | Below is the expression for: |
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9. | Below is the expression for: |
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10. | A 5 kg mass undergoes simple harmonic motion on spring with constant 70 N/m. If the amplitude of the oscillations are 3 m, what will the maximum speed be? |
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11. | A particle undergoes simple harmonic motion with angular velocity of 3 rad/s and amplitude of 30 cm. It starts with maximum forward amplitude at time t = 0. Find the velocity at time t = 2s. |
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12. | A particle undergoes simple harmonic motion with angular velocity of 5 rad/s and amplitude of 50 cm. It starts with maximum forward amplitude at time t = 0. Find the displacement at time t = 10 s. |
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13. | Below is the expression for: |
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14. | If the following is a graph of the diplacement of an object at time t, which graph shows the velocity? |
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15. | Which statement best describes simple harmonic motion? |
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16. | If the following is a graph of the diplacement of an object at time t, which graph shows the acceleration? |
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