Practice: A 1.0 m-long spring is laid horizontally with one of its ends fixed. When you pull on it with 50 N, it stretches to 1.2 m. (a) What is the springâ€™s force constant (b) How much force is needed to compress it to 0.7 m?

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Energy in Simple Harmonic Motion | 22 mins | 0 completed | Learn |

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Practice: A 1.0 m-long spring is laid horizontally with one of its ends fixed. When you pull on it with 50 N, it stretches to 1.2 m. (a) What is the springâ€™s force constant (b) How much force is needed to compress it to 0.7 m?

Practice: You push a 3-kg mass against a spring and release it from rest. Its maximum acceleration is 10m/s<sup2></sup> when pushed back 0.5m. What is the (a)spring constant and (b) restoring force at this point?

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Concept #1: Spring Force (Hooke's Law)

Practice #1: Practice

Concept #2: Acceleration of Mass-Spring Systems

Practice #2: Practice

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