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How much work is done in stretching the spring?

How much work is done in stretching the spring?

Reasoning: The work done in stretching or compressing a spring is proportional to the square of the displacement. If we double the displacement, we do 4 times as much work.

How many lbs of force does it take to hold a spring 4ft beyond its natural length?

10 lb

How much is 15 lbs of force?

Convert 15 Pounds force to Newtons

15 Pounds force (lb) 66.723 Newtons (N)
1 lb = 4.448220 N 1 N = 0.224809 lb

What do you mean by Hooke’s Law?

Hooke’s law, law of elasticity discovered by the English scientist Robert Hooke in 1660, which states that, for relatively small deformations of an object, the displacement or size of the deformation is directly proportional to the deforming force or load.

What are 3 different types of stress?

Common types of stress There are three main types of stress. These are acute, episodic acute, and chronic stress. We explore each type of stress below.

What are the 2 types of stress?

There are two main types of stress; acute stress and chronic stress. These describe the difference between the little stresses that we experience on a daily basis, and the more severe stress that can build up when you are exposed to a stressful situation over a longer period.

Can your body shut down from stress?

But when we experience too much stress for long periods of time, it can have the opposite effect, and we may begin to notice the physical effects of stress. Our bodies may shut down due to the effects of stress on the body. We may get sick, fatigued, or develop mental health issues.

What can stress do to a woman’s body?

How does stress affect women’s health?

  • Headaches and migraines. When you are stressed, your muscles tense up.
  • Depression and anxiety.
  • Heart problems.
  • Upset stomach.
  • Obesity.
  • Problems getting pregnant.
  • Menstrual cycle problems.
  • Decreased sex drive.

What happens to your body when you are under too much stress?

When you feel threatened, a chemical reaction occurs in your body that allows you to act in a way to prevent injury. This reaction is known as “fight-or-flight,” or the stress response. During stress response, your heart rate increases, breathing quickens, muscles tighten, and blood pressure rises.