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  1. #1 If I had a spring (a compression spring) what would the graph look like for the relationship between the speed it moves and the time taken. 
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    If I had a spring (a compression spring) what would the graph look like for the relationship between the speed it moves and the time taken.


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    If you have an oscillating mass-spring system, both the position and the velocity as a function of time are sine waves. Is that what you mean?


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