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The standard 1_kg mass is attached to a compressed spring and the spring is released if the mass initially as an acceleration of 5.6ms calculated the magnitude of the force of the spring

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  1. F=ma
    Which direction is the acceleration? (It matters).
    If upward, then F=1*(9.8+5.6) Newtons (if on Earth)

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