Find the speed of the bullet before impact, Physics

A 30g bullet strikes a .650kg block attached to a fixed horizontal spring whose spring constant is 5.90x103N/m and sets it into vibration with an amplitude of 20.0cm. What was the speed of the bullet before impact if the two objects move together after impact??

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