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When a 0.750-kg mass oscillates on an ideal spring, the frequency is 1.75 Hz. What will the...

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When a 0.750-kg mass oscillates on an ideal spring, the frequency is 1.75 Hz. What will the frequency be if 0.220 kg are (a) added to the original mass and (b) subtracted from the original mass?

Spring:

Spring is a device consisting of coils in a circular motion, which elongates when force is applied to it. The deformation in the spring leads to the absorption of energy by coils, which is termed as elastic potential energy.

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Given data

  • The initial mass is {eq}m = 0.750\;{\rm{kg}} {/eq}.
  • The initial frequency is {eq}f = 1.75\;{\rm{Hz}} {/eq}.


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