Problem: A particle constrained to move in one dimension is subject to a force F(x) that varies with position x as (x) = A(kx) where exttip{A}{A} and exttip{k}{k} are constants.What is the potential energy function U(x), if we take U = 0 at the point x = 0?

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A particle constrained to move in one dimension is subject to a force F(x) that varies with position x as (x) = A(kx) where and are constants.

What is the potential energy function U(x), if we take U = 0 at the point x = 0?

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