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Suppose you had two flat ruber bands (A and B) identical in every way but band A was 3x the width of band B.  How would their Spring constants compare?

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The spring constant k of the rubber band is directly proportional to the width w of the band.

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The value of spring constants of rubber ...

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КА - WA В "В Зw = 3

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