SciencePhysicsQ&A LibraryCutnell, Physics, 11e tice Assignment Gradebook ORION Downloadable eTextbook ment Chapter 10, Problem 26 GO The drawing shows three situations in which a block is attached to a spring. The positi moved from an initial position xo to a final position x, the magnitude of the displaceme 78 N/m. Using the data provided in the drawing, determine the total work done by th result as "+O" Position of box when spring is unstrained (a) 4 O m +1.00 m +3.00 m 45 (b) dy -3.00 m O m +1.00 m (c) -3.00 m O m +3.00 m (a)w= (b)W= (c)W= 1 Privacy Policy I 2000-2019 John Wiley & Sons, Inc. AIl Rights Reserved. A Division of John Wiley & Sons Inc. O pe here to search

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The drawing shows three situtations in which a block is attached to a spring. The positionis labeled "0 m" represents the unstrained position of the spring. The block is moved from an intital position x_{0} to a final position x_{f}, the magnitude of the displacement being denoted by the symbol s. Suppose the spring has a spring constant of k=78 N/m. Using the data provided in the drawing, determine the total work done by the restoring force of the spring of each situation. In the case of zero put your result as "+0"

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