Young's Modulus is usually defined as the intrinsic property of a material indicating it's stiffness, or it's ability to resist deformation. Though, it is measured in Pa, meaning it should have some statistical description. Spring constant, for example, can be define as the stiffness of an item and is known as the number of newtons to extend the item by a metre. Upon discussing with a teacher, I believe he provided me with a sufficient explanation. Although, we both want confirmation on whether this is generally accepted as true or not: Young's Modulus = Stress/Strain Stress = Force/Area(cross-sectional) Strain=Δlength/length If we make stress equal to 1, then the length of the item has been doubled due to a force extending it by its original length. This way, Young's Modulus can be defined as the amount of force across a metre squared of a material required to extend the material by its original length. Everyone agree?