﻿ A mass M attached to a light spring oscillates with a period of 2 seconds. If the mass is increased by 2 kg the period increases by 1 second. What is the value of M? : Kaysons Education

# A Mass M Attached To A Light Spring Oscillates With A Period Of 2 Seconds. If The Mass Is Increased By 2 Kg The Period Increases By 1 Second. What Is The Value Of M?

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1.6 kg

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