Hey, i am about to undertake an EPI at school in which i will be testing the spring constants of singular springs, and then of a few springs, both in parrallel and in series.(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

Before i start the prac i noticed that the equations for the overall spring constant of springs in series/parrallel are opposite to the equations for resistors in series/parrallel... i.e the equation for spring constant in series is the same as that for the resistors in parrallel.

What significance does this hold, if any?

Thanks for any input

-Spoon

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# Resistors/Spring Constant

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