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posted by abbigail .
a spring has a 2.000x10^3 N/m spring constant.
how do you find the mass that will make it oscillate 5.0 times per second? 10.0 times per second?

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bobpursley
change those frequencies to period (Period= 1/freq)
period=2PI*sqrt(m/k) 
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Anonymous
Bxbd

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antonia
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