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A spring, having an unstretched length of 2 ft, has one end attached to the 10-lb ball. Determine the angle theta of the spring if the ball has a speed of 6 ft/s tangent to the horizontal circular path.

A spring, having an unstretched length of 2 ft, has one end attached to the 10-lb ball. Determine the angle theta of the spring if the ball has a speed of 6 ft/s tangent to the horizontal circular path.