## A) A 2-N force is applied to a spring, and there is displacement of 0.4 m. How much would the spring be displaced if a 5-N force was applied

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A) A 2-N force is applied to a spring, and there is displacement of 0.4 m. How much would the spring be displaced if a 5-N force was applied? (1 point)
1 m
4 m
0.08 m
2 m

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1. 1. Which example best describes a restoring force?

B) the force applied to restore a spring to its original length

2. A spring is compressed, resulting in its displacement to the right. What happens to the spring when it is released?

C) The spring exerts a restoring force to the left and returns to its equilibrium position.

3. A 2-N force is applied to a spring, and there is displacement of 0.4 m. How much would the spring be displaced if a 5-N force was applied?

D) 1 m

4. Hooke’s law is described mathematically using the formula Fsp=−kx. Which statement is correct about the spring force, Fsp?

D)It is a vector quantity.

5. What happens to the displacement vector when the spring constant has a higher value and the applied force remains constant?

A) It decreases in magnatude.

Option (A) : 1m

Explanation:

According to Hooke’s law:

F (spring elastic force) =

k( spring const.) * x(displacement)

Case-1

2 N = k * 0.4m

k = 5

Case- 2

5 N = 5 * x

x ( displacement) = 1 m