Problem: A conservative force vec{F} is in the +x-direction and has magnitude F(x) = /(x+x0)2, where exttip{alpha }{alpha} = 0.600 Nm2 and x0 = 0.200 m. What is the potential-energy function U(x) for this force? Let U(x) 0 as x.An object with mass m = 0.500 kg is released from rest at x = 0 and moves in the +x-direction. If vec{F} is the only force acting on the object,what is the objects speed when it reaches x = 0.400 m?

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A conservative force is in the +x-direction and has magnitude F(x) = /(x+x0)2, where = 0.600 Nm2 and x0 = 0.200 m.

What is the potential-energy function U(x) for this force? Let U(x) 0 as x.

An object with mass m = 0.500 kg is released from rest at x = 0 and moves in the +x-direction. If is the only force acting on the object,what is the objects speed when it reaches x = 0.400 m?

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