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Mass (kg)       m Elastic Force (N) Fe= Fg = mg Final Length (m)         Xf...

Mass (kg)

      m

Elastic Force (N)

Fe= Fg = mg

Final Length (m)

        Xf

0.1

36

0.15

38

0.2

41

0.25

46

0.3

50

Fe= -k(Xf-Xi)

Find the

a) elastic forces

b) initial length

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