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The spring constant (K) is 25 N/M, Êthe maximum velocity is Êgiven ÊbyÊ AW where ÊA is Êthe amplitude (0.32 m) and w is given by the formula (k/m)^0.5. ÊTherefore the maximum velocity is Ê2.4 m/s (0.32 x (25/0.45)^0.5).

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