Lesson: Deformation of Springs Physics • 9th Grade
In this lesson, we will learn how to use the formula F = kx to calculate the deformation of a spring, defining the spring constant as the resistance of a spring to deformation.
Sample Question Videos
A spring with a force constant of 64 N/m is pulled by a force of 4.8 N. By how many centimeters does the length of the spring increase?
A spring with a constant of 700 N/m is stretched when a force of 35 N is applied to it, and its length when stretched is 0.48 m. What is the spring’s length when it is not extended?
A spring that is 0.36 m long is pulled by a force of 18 N. The spring’s length increases by 0.012 m. What is the constant of the spring?