### Find amplitude of the motion of machine force transmitted

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A 1000 kg machine is mounted on four identical springs of total spring constant K and negligible damping. The machine is subjected to a harmonic external force of amplitude F = 490 N and frequency 180 rpm. Find the amplitude of the motion of machine and maximum force transmitted to the foundation, when k = 1.96 x 106 N/m.

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