Problem: The position of a mass that is oscillating on a spring is given by x = (17.4 cm) cos[(5.46 s-1)t]. What is the angular frequency for this motion? [A] 0.183 rad/s [B] 5.46 rad/s [C] 17.4 rad/s [D] 0.869 rad/s

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The position of a mass that is oscillating on a spring is given by x = (17.4 cm) cos[(5.46 s-1)t]. What is the angular frequency for this motion?

[A] 0.183 rad/s

[B] 5.46 rad/s

[C] 17.4 rad/s

[D] 0.869 rad/s

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