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A mass m is suspended from a spring of f
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A mass m is suspended from a spring of force constant
$k.$
The angular frequency of oscillation of the spring will be
A
$mk $
B
$km $
C
$km $
D
$mk $
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Updated on : 2022-09-05
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Correct option is D)
Referring Formula 1, we get
$ω=mk $
. Hence, option D is correct.
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