- Their masses are respectively m A =0:45 kg and m
**B**=0:32 kg. When the**blocks**are in uniform circular motion about 0, the**springs**have lengths of l A =0.80 m and l**B**=0.50 m. The**springs**are**ideal**and massless, and the linear speed of**block B**is 2.8 m/s. If the distance that**spring**2 stretches is 0.070 m, determine the**spring constant of spring**2. - 1 Answer. Parallel. When
**two**massless**springs**following Hooke's Law, are**connected**via a thin, vertical rod as shown in the figure below, these are said to be**connected**in parallel.**Spring**1 and 2 have**spring**constants k1 and k2 respectively. A**constant**force → F is exerted on the rod so that remains perpendicular to the direction of the force. - Jul 24,2022 -
**Two**rectangular**blocks A and B**of masses 2 kg and 3 kg respectively are**connected**by a**spring of spring constant**10.8 Nm-1and are placed on a frictionless horizontal surface. The**block**A was given an ‘initial - Their masses are respectively m A =0:45 kg and m
**B**=0:32 kg. When the**blocks**are in uniform circular motion about 0, the**springs**have lengths of l A =0.80 m and l**B**=0.50 m. The**springs**are**ideal**and massless, and the linear speed of**block B**is 2.8 m/s. If the distance that**spring**2 stretches is 0.070 m, determine the**spring constant of spring**2. - closed Nov 7, 2021 by IdayaBasu
**Two****blocks****of**masses 10 kg and 20 kg are**connected****by****a**massless**spring****and**are placed on a smooth horizontal surface. A force of 200 N is applied on 20 kg mass as shown in the diagram. At the instant, the acceleration of 10 kg mass is 12ms−2 12 m s - 2, the acceleration of 20 kg mass is: class-11