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A 0.25 kg{\rm kg} object is suspended on a light spring of spring constant 35N/mN/m . The spring is then compressed to a position 17cmcm above the stretched equilibrium position.How much more energy does the system have at the compressed position than at the stretched equilibrium position?

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