• anonymous
Please answer this, because I am suffering horrible calculus-related feelings of self doubt, shattered dreams, and existential dread. Suppose that 2J of work is needed to stretch a spring from its natural length of 30cm to a length of 42cm. (a) I've already solved this, and every time someone else has posted both a and b, they only answer a and for some reason ignore that b exists. (b) How far beyond its natural length will a force of 30N keep the spring stretched? Hooke's Law: F = kx k = 138.9 The answer is 10.8cm. Explain step by step because I feel more stupid the longer I spend on these godforsaken problems. Explain in integral form. Please.
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