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4. A red (m=3.2kg) is being pulled tn the right with a ferce cf" 53H. 1When the red is at restm a} On the ether side cf the red there is single

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A rod(m=3.2kg) is being pulled to the right with a force of 50N. When the rod is at rest....

a) on the other side of the rod there is single spring and it gets stretched 34cm. What is the spring constant of this spring?

b) if a second identical spring is attached to the rod next to the first spring hownfar will both springs now stretch if the same force is applied on the other side of the rod?

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4. A red (m=3.2kg) is being pulled tn the right with a ferce cf" 53H. 1When
the red is at restm a} On the ether side cf the red there is single spring and it gets
stretched 34cm. What is the spring ecnstant cf this spring? b} If a seeend identical spring is attached in the red next to the first spring how far will beth springs new stretch if the same force is applied en
the other side cf the red'}I

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4. A red (m=3.2kg) is being pulled tn the right with a ferce cf" 53H. 1When
the red is at restm a} On the ether side cf the red there is single spring and it gets
stretched 34cm. What is the spring ecnstant cf this spring? b} If a seeend identical spring is attached in the red next to the first spring how far will beth springs new stretch if the same force is applied en
the other side cf the red'}I

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a ) The spring constant is 147... View the full answer

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