Posted by **Joe** on Monday, May 4, 2009 at 4:22pm.

There a five positions (A=-10cm, B=-5cm, C=0cm, D=5cm, E=5cm). A block is at rest at location C when a student pulls it to position A. The student then releases the block and it begins to oscillate. Given the block has a mass of 2kg and the spring has a constant of 40 N/m, what is the block's maximum magnitude of acceleration and at what location(s) does it occur?

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