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posted by Adam .
suppose a 1.50 kg object is suspended from the end of a silicone band. when the object is pulled down and released, the band vibrates at a frequency of 2.08 s1. calculate the spring constant of this silicone band including units.

Isn't there a standard formula for this?
http://hyperphysics.phyastr.gsu.edu/hbase/shm2.html
f= 1/2PI * sqrt(K/mass) check that.
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