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# The position of a 0.30-kg object attached to a spring is described by x = (0.24...

The position of a 0.30-kg object attached to a spring is described by x = (0.24 m) cos(0.8πt). (Assume t is in seconds.) (a) Find the amplitude of the motion. 0.24 Correct: Your answer is correct. m (b) Find the spring constant. 1.9 Correct: Your answer is correct. N/m (c) Find the position of the object at t = 0.33 s. 0.16 Correct: Your answer is correct. m (d) Find the object's speed at t = 0.33 s. Incorrect: Your answer is incorrect.

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