Posted by **jake** on Saturday, June 7, 2014 at 10:04pm.

You shoot a 57 gram dart vertically upwards from a catapult with a spring constant of 379 N/m. The catapult is initially stretched from the equilibrium point by 30 cm. What is the height above the starting point reached by the dart? Ignore air resistance and give your answer to 2 s.f.

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