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###### A block of mass m is attached by means of a spring of constant to a...

A block of mass m is attached by means of a spring of constant to a wedge of mass and height that forms an angle with the horizontal, as shown in the figure. Mass can slide on the horizontal surface. Note: don't consider friction.

a) Calculate the frequencies of small oscillations of the system around equilibrium.

b) Find and schematically draw the relative configurations of the normal modes corresponding to each frequency of the system.

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