14.21 . A 1.50-kg mass on a spring has displacement as a function of time given by x1t2 = 17.40 cm2 cos 314.16 rad>s2t – 2.424 Find (a) the time for one complete vibration; (b) the force constant of the spring; (c) the maximum speed of the mass; (d) the maximum force on the mass; (e) the position speed and acceleration of the mass at t = 1.00 s; (f) the force on the mass at that time.

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