A Tray Of Mass M = 10 Kg Is Supported On Two Identical Springs, Each Of Spring Constant k, As Shown In Fig. When The Tray Is Depressed A Little And Released, It Executes Simple Harmonic Motion Of Period 1.5 S. When A Block Of Mass M Is Placed On The Tray, The Period Of Oscillation Becomes 3.0 S. The Value Of m is                                                                    

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A tray of mass M = 10 kg is supported on two identical springs, each of spring constant k, as shown in fig. When the tray is depressed a little and released, it executes simple harmonic motion of period 1.5 s. When a block of mass m is placed on the tray, the period of oscillation becomes 3.0 s. The value of m is  



Correct option is

30 kg


Which gives m = 30kg.



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