# Question

A mass–spring system is in SHM in the horizontal direction. If the mass is 0.25 kg, the spring constant is 12 N/m, and the amplitude is 15 cm,

(a) What is the maximum speed of the mass, and

(b) Where does this occur?

(c) What is the speed at a half-amplitude position?

(a) What is the maximum speed of the mass, and

(b) Where does this occur?

(c) What is the speed at a half-amplitude position?

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