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A0.13N/cmB0.14N/cmC0.19N/cmD0.25N/cm16The17A student wishes to determine the spring constant of a spring where it obeys Hooke’s law.Springs, extension and Hooke's LawIGCSE Physics
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Different loads are hung from the spring and its length is measured for each different load.The graph shows how its length varies with load.4.03.02.01.000481216length ofspring/cmweight ofload/N20What is the value of the spring constant?An experiment is done to determine the spring constant for a spring.D5.0N/cm18Springs, extension and Hooke's LawIGCSE Physics
A load is hung from the spring and the extension of the spring is measured.Which calculation is used to calculate the spring constant?19An experiment is carried out to determine the spring constant for a spring that obeys Hooke’s law.BCD
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