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This applet created by Prof Hwang
Modified by Ahmed
Original Project Two springs in parallel connected with a bar + mass under gravity


There are twp springs (spring constant k1,k2) in parallel connected with a bar with mass M.
You can drag the blue object (mass m) to the end of the string -- it will be attached when close enough.
It will reach equilibrium due to resisted force -k*vy;

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