Posted by **Kim** on Saturday, May 30, 2009 at 12:52pm.

I'm haivng troulbe proving the deriviation of this formula on my own...

could you please help me derive the proof of the formula or maybe show me one thansk...

I need to prove this formula

period of a mass spring system in simple harmonic motion

T = 2 pi square root of (m/k)

period = 2 pi X square root of (mass divided by spring constant)

thanks

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