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If a force of 5 pounds stretches the spring 2 inches, find K. How far will 18 pounds stretch the spring

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    K = 5Lbs/2In = 2.5 Lbs/In.

    d = 18Lbs / 2.5Lbs/In = 7.2 In.

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