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A spring has a spring constant = 40 N/m. It is compressed by a distance 10 cm. The mass of the cart is 300 grams. The angle of incline of the track is 20. Calculate: a) Potential energy of the compressed spring b) Kinetic energy when the cart leaves the spring c) Distance along the track to which the cart travels

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A spring has a spring constant = 40 N/m. It is compressed by a distance 10 cm. The mass of the cart is 300 grams. The angle of incline of the track is 20. Calculate: a) Potential energy of the compressed spring b) Kinetic energy when the cart leaves the spring c) Distance along the track to which the cart travels
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