﻿ A wooden block is suspended from a spring. Its period for vertical oscillations is T. In a second experiment the same apparatus is laid on a horizontal frictionless table with the free end of the spring fixed to a nail on the table. The block is pulled a little so as to stretch the spring and then released. The mass will    : Kaysons Education

# A Wooden Block Is Suspended From A Spring. Its Period For Vertical Oscillations Is T. In A Second Experiment The Same Apparatus Is Laid On A Horizontal Frictionless Table With The Free End Of The Spring Fixed To A Nail On The Table. The Block Is Pulled A Little So As To Stretch The Spring And Then Released. The Mass Will

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Execute simple harmonic motion with period T

The expression for the time period for vertical as well as horizontal oscillation is the same.

Where m is the mass of the block and k is the force constant of the spring.

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