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I have hanger of mass =H String without any mass. And some additional masses (a1, a2, a3, a4 and a5). I have a constant initial height Xo, And Xi, the height at which each ith mass is located. The weight is: (H+mi)/g , where g=9.80m/s^2
idku
  • idku
So then, I want to find k. F=k times x -----> W=k times (Xo-X1)
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  • idku
And I get different k values for each mass. Does this make sense?

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Maybe, I can calcluate the waight without H, For example: (m1)/g and then, W = k • (Xo-X1) k= ((m1)/g) / (Xo-X1)

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