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If the mass of a spring Ills is not negligible but is small com- pared to the mass m s of the object suspended from it, the period of motion is T = 2π . Derive this result. (Hint: The condition m s ≫ m is equivalent to the assumption that the spring stretches proportionally along its length.) (See H. L. Armstrong, American Journal of Physics, Vol. 37, 1969, p. 447, for a complete solution of the general case.)

If the mass of a spring Ills is not negligible but is small com- pared to the mass ms of the object suspended from it, the period of motion is T = 2π. Derive this result. (Hint: The condition ms ≫ m is equivalent to the assumption that the spring stretches proportionally along its length.) (See H. L. Armstrong, American Journal of Physics, Vol. 37, 1969, p. 447, for a complete solution of the general case.)

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Navjyot Kalra
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