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Problem: A 250 g mass on a spring oscillates with the following equation: x(t) = (2.8 cm) cos((3.4 s-1)t) What is the spring constant of this spring?

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A 250 g mass on a spring oscillates with the following equation:

x(t) = (2.8 cm) cos((3.4 s-1)t)

What is the spring constant of this spring?

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