Energy & Momentum Calculations Assessment
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A 1.0 kg puck sliding at 15 m/s along some horizontal frictionless ice strikes and compresses a horizontal spring attached to one end of the ice rink. If the spring has a constant of 35 N/m, what is the maximum compression of the spring?

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  1. Ek=(1/2)mv²

    If spring has no mass,
    equate Ek and Ep to solve for Δx.

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