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A shock absorber is a form of spring that resists compression. If a 200.0 N force is applied to a particular shock absorber, it is compressed 2.1 cm. What is the proportionality constant for this shock absorber?

Damon
You have got to be kidding
F = k x
F = 200 N
x = 0.021 meter
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