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# Springs

## Calculations of objects on springs exhibiting simple harmonic motion.

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## Springs

Students will learn to calculate periods, frequencies, etc. of spring systems in harmonic motion.
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## Springs

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## Springs

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## Unit 10.3 Springs

Students will learn to calculate periods, frequencies, etc. of spring systems in harmonic motion.
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## Hooke's Law - Overview

by CK-12 //basic
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## Simple Harmonic Motion: Spring and Mass

A demonstration is used to illustrate the oscillations of a mass on a spring.
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## Kinematics of Spring-Block Oscillators - Overview

by CK-12 //basic
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## Simple Harmonic Motion: An Example Problem with Springs

An example harmonic motion problem involving a car's shock absorbers is explained.
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## Hooke's Law - Example 2

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Comparing the spring constant (stiffness of springs) of springs using a force (F) vs. stretched length (x) " graph"
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## Kinematics of Spring-Block Oscillators - Example 1

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Recognizing that the period represents the amount of time for one cycle to complete
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## Kinematics of Spring-Block Oscillators - Example 2

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Recognizing that the frequency represents that number of cycles that complete in 1 second
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## Kinematics of Spring-Block Oscillators - Example 3

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Calculating period using the equation period = time / cycles
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## Kinematics of Spring-Block Oscillators - Example 4

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Calculating the frequency using the equation Frequency = cycles / time
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## Kinematics of Spring-Block Oscillators - Example 5

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Calculating the frequency and period using the equations f = 1 / T and T = 1 / f
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## Kinematics of Spring-Block Oscillators - Example 6

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Determining the frequency from the mass of the block and the spring constant using f = 1/2Ï â (k/m)
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## Kinematics of Spring-Block Oscillators - Example 7

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Determining the period from the mass of the block and the spring constant using T = 2Ïâ (m/k)
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## Hooke's Law - Example 1

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Solving problems using the equation F[s] = -kx
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## Springs Quiz - PPB

Kinematics of a spring; explore the sine wave created by a bouncing mass.
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## Springs Discussion Questions

A list of student-submitted discussion questions for Springs.
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• Real World Application

## That Shaky Bed!!

by Rico Lin //basic
A shaky bed is due to its spring system!!
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