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The natural frequency of a spring-mass system is ω = √[k/m] where m is the mass and k the spring constant. You find k from the deflection under a known force, since F = k*∆x. - read more

For the simple mass–spring system, f n is defined as: Note: angular frequency ω (ω=2 π f) with the units of radians per second is often used in equations because it simplifies the equations, ... The values of the spring and mass give a natural frequency of 7 Hz for this specific system. - read more

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