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The static deflection of a spring under gravity, when a mass of $1 \:kg$ is suspended from it, is $1 \: mm$. Assume the acceleration due to gravity $g =10 \: m/s^2$. The natural frequency of this spring-mass system (in $rad/s$) is_____________
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