An oscillator with a mass of 500g and a period of 1s has an amplitude that decreases by 2% during each complete oscillation.
A) If the initial amplitude is 9.6 cm, what will be theamplitude after 48 oscillations? Express your answer in centimetres.
B) At what time will the energy be reduced to 29 percent of its initial val

An oscillator with a mass of 420g and a period of 0.800s has an amplitude that decreases by 2.30% during each complete oscillation.
A) If the initial amplitude is 7.00cm, what will be theamplitude after 31.0 oscillations?
B) At what time will the energy be reduced to 65.0% of its initial value?

a) A 0.24-kg mass is attached to a spring with spring constant 6.1 N/m and let fall. To the nearest hundredth of a meter what is the point where it 'stops'?
b) What is theamplitude of the resulting motion?
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A 10.6 kg object oscillates at the end of a vertical spring that has a spring constant of 2.05 * 10^4 N/m. The effect of air resistance is represented by the damping coefficient b= 3.00 Ns/m. (a) Calculate the frequency of the damped oscillation. (b) By what percentage does theamplitude of the oscillation decrease in each cycl

A block attached to a spring is acted on by a spring with spring constant k and a weak frictional force of constant magnitude f. The block is pulled a distance Xo from the equilibrium and released. It oscillates many times and eventually comes to rest.
a) Show that the decrease of amplitude is the same for each cycle of osci

Please show the formula and work in following questions.
1. A pendulum is timed as it swings back and forth. The clock is started when the bob is at the left end of its swing. When the bob returns to the left end for the 90th return, the clock reads 60.0s.
a) What is the period of vibration?
b) What is the frequency of vibr

An undamped oscillator has a period t_o = 1.000 s, but I now add a little damping so that its period changes to t_1 = 1.001 s. What is the damping factor B? By what factor will theamplitude of oscillation decrease after 10 cycles? What effect of damping would be more noticeable, the change of period or the decrease of amplitude

A mass, m, moves in one dimension and is subject to a constant force +F1 when x<0 and to a constant force -F1 when x>0.
a) Describe the motion with a phase diagram
b) Calculate the period of the motion in terms of: m, F1, and theamplitude A
(disregard damping)

The period of oscillation of a spring-and-mass system is 0.50 seconds and theamplitude is 5.0cm. What is the magnitude of the acceleration at the point of maximum extension of the spring?