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How do we calculate the restoring force according to Hooke's law?
A. spring constant × displacement
B. velocity × mass
C. acceleration × length
D. softness × mass
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according to Hooke's law \[F=-kx\] as f is in the opposite direction of x
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What is the unit for frequency?
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isnt it hertz
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yeah..
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Thank you :)
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so what time is it in india
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00:45 AM
anna.s214
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wow so you live in india? its 12 midnight over there and over here its 2:20 pm that's crazy..
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I know right lol where are you from
anna.s214
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Laredo, tx and you?
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its 9:40 pm over here where im from :)
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really where are you from? :)
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yeah...time to go to bed...sniix 18 will help you..will you?@anna.s214
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im from italy, verona its a very small city and yes i well help her :)
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really your from Italy, that's nice (: thank you, look lets go to the question I need help in!
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k just bump it again and ill be able to see it