   # Figure OQ7.10 shows a light extended spring exerting a force F s to the left on a block. (i) Does the block exert a force on the spring? Choose every correct answer. (a) No, it doesn’t. (b) Yes, it does, to the left. (c) Yes, it does, to the right. (d) Yes, it does, and its magnitude is larger than F s . (e) Yes, it does, and its magnitude is equal to F s . (ii) Does the spring exert a force on the wall? Choose your answers from (he same list (a) through (e). ### Physics for Scientists and Enginee...

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9th Edition
Raymond A. Serway + 1 other
Publisher: Cengage Learning
ISBN: 9781305116399
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## Figure OQ7.10 shows a light extended spring exerting a force Fs to the left on a block. (i) Does the block exert a force on the spring? Choose every correct answer. (a) No, it doesn’t. (b) Yes, it does, to the left. (c) Yes, it does, to the right. (d) Yes, it does, and its magnitude is larger than Fs. (e) Yes, it does, and its magnitude is equal to Fs. (ii) Does the spring exert a force on the wall? Choose your answers from (he same list (a) through (e). (i)

To determine

Whether the block exert a force on the spring.

### Explanation of Solution

Given info: A light extended spring is exerting a force Fs to the left on a block.

The given figure of system is as shown below.

Figure (1)

The light expansion of the spring applied the force Fs to the left on the block and this is cause by the applied force F in the right on the block. The extended force applied by the spring is equal and opposite to the applied force on the spring.

|Fs|=|F|

From the above result, it is clear that the force of the block on spring is equal in the magnitude and opposite to the force of the spring on block

(ii)

To determine

Whether the spring exert a force on the wall.

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