anonymous
  • anonymous
Can anyone explain what effect mass has on Hooke's Law?
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anonymous
  • anonymous
yep it has from f=ke i.e ma=ke i.e m=ke/a hence mass will affect the extension
anonymous
  • anonymous
an certainly not the accelleration since its constant
anonymous
  • anonymous
The spring constant is dependent on mechanical stress, which has a force product. Force naturally is the product of mass and acceleration. Alternatively, spring's force would be counteracting another mass' force, which is also a product of mass and acceleration.

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Thanks guys! That helps alot!

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