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You bounce on a huge trampoline and start oscillating up and down with a period of 3 s. After a long while, you come to rest but the trampoline below you is displaced below its natural height. How much is the trampoline bent in m? Model the trampoline as a spring.

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    Since the period is 3, the final displacement is 4.23

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    Wrong answer

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