Can I find out the natural extension of a spring if I am only given the mass of a block that can be put on it and the value of the spring constant? I have found x ( from the formula F = -kx ) when the block is on it but I now need to find the extension of the spring with no mass on the end. It is probably really simple but I am just a little stuck! Thanks(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

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# Hooke's law - Natural Extension of Spring

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