A rectangular mass M = 10.0 kg is attached to a fixed spring

| June 14, 2018

A rectangular mass M = 10.0 kg is attached to a fixed spring of spring constant k = 12.0 N/m. The surface on which this mass rests is horizontal and frictionless. A mass m = 1.00 kg is placed on top of the larger mass. The larger mass is then pulled out so that the spring is extended x0 = 3.50 meters beyond the relaxed length of the spring. The mass is released, and during the resulting motion it is observed that the two masses move together as a single unit. What can you say about the coefficient of static friction between the two masses?

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