A spring with spring constant k=340N/m is used to weigh a 6.7-kg fish. How far does the spring stretch?

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2021-12-16
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A spring with spring constant k=340N/m is used to weigh a 6.7-kg fish. How far does the spring stretch?

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Thomas Lynn

Answered 2021-12-17
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Given:

Spring constant, k=340 N/m

Mass of the fish, m=6.7 kg

Let the stretch in the spring be x, the force acting on the spring is given as,

$F=kx=mg$

Hence,

$x=\frac{mg}{k}$

$x=\frac{6.7\times 9.8}{340}$

$x=0.193\text{}m$

HEnce the spring will stretch by 0.193 m.

Spring constant, k=340 N/m

Mass of the fish, m=6.7 kg

Let the stretch in the spring be x, the force acting on the spring is given as,

Hence,

HEnce the spring will stretch by 0.193 m.

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