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For the system shown in down Fig., the block has a mass of 1.52 kg and the force constant is 8.13 N/m. The frictional force is given by – b(dx/dt), where b = 227 g/s. Suppose that the block is pulled aside a distance 12.5 cm and released. (a) Calculate the time interval required for the amplitude to fall to one-third of its initial value. (b) How many oscillations are made by the block in this time?

For the system shown in down Fig., the block has a mass of 1.52 kg and the force constant is 8.13 N/m. The frictional force is given by – b(dx/dt), where b = 227 g/s. Suppose that the  block is pulled aside a distance 12.5 cm and released. (a) Calculate the time interval required for the amplitude to fall to one-third of its initial value. (b) How many oscillations           are made by the block in this time?

Grade:11

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Navjyot Kalra
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6 years ago
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