Test: MCAT Physical

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A mass hanging in equilibrium is attached to a fixed surface on the ceiling by a spring. The mass is pulled down from the ceiling, then released and allowed to move in simple harmonic motion. The mass does not lose energy due to friction or air resistance. At what point does the mass have maximum velocity?

Its velocity is constant

At maximum upward displacement from the equilibrium position

At maximum downward displacement from the equilibrium position

At the equilibrium position

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