# Hooke's Law for Springs

 Force Constant: Displacement:

Output: `Press calculate`

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Formula: `F = k * x`

## Understanding Hooke's Law

Hooke's Law describes the elasticity of springs and elastic materials. It states that the force (F) required to extend or compress a spring by some distance (x) is proportional to that distance. The proportionality constant (k) is known as the spring's force constant and measures the spring's stiffness.

This law is widely applicable in engineering and physics for designing systems with springs, such as in vehicle suspension or mechanical clocks.

## Parameter Usage:

• `forceConstant` = The spring's force constant (k), indicating the stiffness of the spring.
• `displacement` = The distance (x) that the spring has been stretched or compressed from its equilibrium position.

## Example Valid Values:

• `forceConstant` = 200
• `displacement` = 0.5