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does anybody know the mass of a slinky spring?

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hey guys, I'm finishing off my IA for physics which involved a metal slinky spring.

the dependent variable was the time period, but I just need to know the mass of the slinky for my controlled variables.

I would've measured it in the lab but I have no time, my IA is due tomorrow.

has anybody done a prac using a slinky before and measured its mass?

it's the standard slinky and looks like this:

http://www.profbunsen.com.au/shop/item/slinky-spring---wave-modeler

thanks!

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