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A spring has spring constant 0.3 m/newton. What force is neccessary to stretch the spring by 1.5 meters?
Use Hooke's Law, F=kx. Show all your steps.

 Apr 29, 2020
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We know that the Hooke's law states that the force 'F' needed to stretch or compress a spring by some distance 'a' is proportional to that distance. , where c is the spring constant. Given: A spring has spring constant 0.3 m/newton. Hence, the force is necessary to stretch the spring by 1.5 meters = 5 Newton. 

 

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 Apr 29, 2020
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Thank you for the help

Roses  Apr 29, 2020
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Of course!

LuckyDucky  Apr 29, 2020

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