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I have a query about Hooke's Law. I have a problem which asks me to calculate the spring constant (k). I know how to do it, but my question is when I use the formula mg/x can mass be in newtons or does it have to be in kg?

Looking forward to your answers. Thanks!

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# Homework Help: Hooke's Law Query

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