# Hooke's Law Equations Calculator

## Science - Physics Formulas

Solving for spring force constant

#### Inputs:

 force (Fx) newtondynegram forcekilogram-meter/second^2kilogram forcekippound forcepoundal
 distance from equilibrium (x) meterangstromattometercentimeterchaindekameterdecimeterexameterfemtometerfootgigameterhectometerinchkilometerlight yearlinkmegametermicrometermicronmilemillimeternanometerparsecpetameterpicometerrodterameteryard
 spring equilibrium position (x0) meterangstromattometercentimeterchaindekameterdecimeterexameterfemtometerfootgigameterhectometerinchkilometerlight yearlinkmegametermicrometermicronmilemillimeternanometerparsecpetameterpicometerrodterameteryard

#### Conversions:

 force (Fx)= 0 = 0newton
 distance from equilibrium (x)= 0 = 0meter
 spring equilibrium position (x0)= 0 = 0meter

#### Solution:

 spring force constant (k)= NOT CALCULATED

#### Other Units:

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Hooke's Law
 force spring force constant distance from equilibrium spring equilibrium position
spring potential energy
 spring potential energy spring force constant spring stretch length
Where
 Fx = force k = spring force constant x = distance from equilibrium x0 = spring equilibrium position

References - Books:
Tipler, Paul A.. 1995. Physics For Scientists and Engineers. Worth Publishers. 3rd ed.

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