This template explores Hooke's Law both in general terms, and in the context of spring constants, it's most common usage.
Hooke's law can of course be rearranged to solve for each variable. Below presents a calculation to solve for F. Remember to account for the direction of your deflection and units...
Go ahead and duplicate this page to change it up and solve for k or s!
Spring constant (k)(N/m):1
Hooke's law states that the strain/deformation of an elastic object or material is proportional to the stress applied to it.
It can be expressed mathematically as:
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In this context, Hooke's Law is expressed as: