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Forces cause objects to move or deform in some way. Newton’s third law states that for every force, there is an equal and opposite force. This is true for springs, which store and use mechanical energy to do work.Springs are elastic, which means after they are deformed (when they are being stressed or compressed), they return to their original shape. Springs are in many objects we use on a daily basis. They in ball point pens, mattresses, trampolines, and absorb shock in our bikes and cars. According to the Third Law of Motion, the harder your pull on a spring, the harder it pulls back. Springs obey Hooke’s Law, discovered by Robert Hooke in the 17th century. Hooke’s law is described by:F = -kxWhere F is the force exerted on the spring in Newtons (N),

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