A mass of 100 grams is attached to a spring whose constant is 1600 dynes/cm. After the mass reaches equilibrium, its support oscillates according to the formula h(t) = sin 8t, where h represents displacement from its original position. See and Figure 5.1.21.(a) In the absence of damping, determine the equation of motion if the mass starts from rest from the equilibrium position.(b) At what times does the mass pass through the equilibrium position?(c) At what times does the mass attain its extreme displacements?(d) What are the maximum and minimum displacements?(e) Graph the equation of motion.Reference: and Figure 5.1.21.A mass m is attached to the end of a spring whose constant is k. After the mass reaches equilibrium, its support begins to oscillate vertically about a horizontal line L according to a formula h(t). The value of h represents the distance in feet measured from L. See Figure 5.1.21.(a) Determine the differential equation of motion if the entire system moves through a medium offering a damping force that is numerically equal to b(dx/dt).(b) Solve the differential equation in part (a) if the spring is stretched 4 feet by a mass weighing 16 pounds and

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