|Masses and Springs|
|Hooke's Law||Introduction | Getting Started | Preknowledge | The Simulation | Activities | Conclusions | Resources and Links | Definitions|
Check Your Results
You have finished your activity! Let's see how you did. What is the spring constant of Spring #1?
The spring constant for Spring #1 is 10 N/m. Good work! You are well on your way to learning about simple harmonic motion. Simple harmonic motion describes oscillations and waves including light and sound waves. The world would be a very boring place with out them. To go to an science activity on oscillations see your teacher or follow the link to the Oscillations activity.
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