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October 14 Physics
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Objective: Finish our study of Hooke’s Law Success criteria: To be able to solve Hooke’s law problems
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Link draws back his  bow 1.3 meters.   The bow has a  force of 3000 N.   What is the spring  constant of his  bow?
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A bungee cord has a K of 200 N/m.  If a girl  jumps with a force of  800 N, how far will  the two cords stretch?
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A bungee cord has a length of  20 meters.  The jumper  jumps from 23 meters above  the ground.  If the bungee  has a force constant of 500 
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