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# Two identical systems each consist of a spring with one

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Problem 5

Two identical systems each consist of a spring with one end attached to a block and the other end attached to a wall. The springs are horizontal, and the blocks are supported from below by a frictionless horizontal table. The blocks are oscillating in simple harmonic motions such that the amplitude of the motion of block A SSM is four times as large as the amplitude of the motion of block B. How do their maximum speeds compare? (a) (b) (c) (d) This comparison cannot be done by using the data given.

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