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Cloruro de potasio

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I have some doubts about the tension force suffered by a spring to which a mass is hung and which is making a simple vertical armoin movement. My doubt lies in the fact that at the bottom of the pier (where the mass hangs), the spring exerts the restoring force that is given by Hooke's Law. However, at the top of the dock (at the point where it is fixed), what is the tension force that appears? Is it the same as the restoring force but in the opposite direction?

Thanks in advance