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**1. A force of 40.0 N applied to a spring stretches it 80 cm. Find the
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spring constant, using Hooke’s Law.

**2. A force of 12.0 N, when applied to a spring, compresses it a
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distance of 25 cm. What is the spring constant?

**3. When a mass of 2.40 kg is hung on a certain spring, the spring stretches out 60.0
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cm. What is the spring constant of the spring?

**4. When a 600 g mass is suspended from a spring, the spring
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stretches 1.2 cm. What is the spring constant of the spring?

**5. When a 5.00kg object is placed on a vertical spring, it
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compresses the spring a distance of 25cm. What is the spring

constant of the spring?

**6. A spring has a spring constant of 80 N/m. How much force must be exerted in
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order to compress the spring a distance of 0.40 metres?

**7. If a force of 24.0N is exerted against a spring whose spring constant is 160 N/m,
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what distance will the spring be compressed?

**8. A spring has a spring constant of 50.0 N/m. Calculate the amount of work done
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(Us gained) if the spring is compressed a distance of .40 metres.

**9. A spring whose constant is 200 N/m is compressed a distance of 20 cm. How
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much potential energy did the spring gain?

**10. A spring whose constant is 80 N/m is stretched a distance of 30cm. How much
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work was required to do this?

**11. If 100J of work is done in compressing a spring whose constant is 250 N/m, find
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the distance the spring was compressed.

**12. Calculate how much potential energy a spring gains as its compression is
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changed from a compression of .10m to a compression of 0.50 metres. The

spring constant is 200 N/m.

**13. A spring has a spring constant of 400 N/m. an object is placed against the
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spring when it is partly compressed, and is then released so the spring pushes it

away. How much kinetic energy will the object gain as the spring goes from a

compression of .80m to a compression of only .20 metres?

(Hint: Ek gained by mass = U lost by the spring.)

89m .) Total energy before the collision b.97 m/s d.) total energy before collision b.35m 16.50m 17. U = 196 N/m 6.63 m/s d.89m 12. a. a.2 N/m 3.) Ek of the moving mass before the collision b. U = 490 N/m 5. A 2.10 metres.12 m/s 15.) 6 J b. 4 J 10.) Total distance the spring is compressed before the mass is stopped. The spring constant is 200 N/m. Find: a.71m b.0kg object travelling at 5m/s strikes the spring. 4 J 9. U = 50 N/m 2.40m. “K” of spring = 80 N/m. Find: a. a. moving with a velocity of 5. c.) 32J b. A 10. U = 40 N 4.14. A 3.) Ek of the mass when the spring has been compressed .) Ek of the moving mass when the spring has been compressed 0.) U = 4. 120 J 14. 24 J 13.00m/s strikes a spring which has a spring constant of 100 N/m.) Ek = 21J c.) Velocity of the mass when the spring has been compressed .00m/s strikes a spring which is fastened to a wall.60m. d. A spring has a spring constant of 200 N/m.) Velocity of the moving mass when the spring has been compressed 0. d.) x = 0.) What distance will the moving mass compress the spring before being brought to rest? 16. ANSWERS: 1.) U = 2. 3.) 25.40 metres. c.5 J c.6 J c.) 25J b.) U = 3 m/s d. a. U = 39.) Calculate how far the spring will be compressed before the mass is brought to rest.15m 8. Find: a. x = 0. b.00kg mass travelling at 2. x = 0.) What is the velocity of the mass when the spring is only compressed 0.00kg mass.20 metres.) x = 0. d.) Ek = 5.) Velocity of the mass when the spring has been compressed .) x = 0.40 metres? 15. c. a.) x = 0.) What distance is the spring compressed before the mass is stopped? 17. 32 N 7.20 metres.) Ek of the mass when the spring has been compressed .) U = 1.6 J 11.

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