Hooke's Law Forces 1
Hooke’s Law is a law that says the restoring force required to compress or stretch a spring is proportional to the distance the spring is deformed. The formula form of Hooke’s Law is F = -k·Δx where F is the restoring force of the spring k is the proportionality constant […]

Hooke’s Law Example Problem

At what temperature does both Fahrenheit and Kelvin thermometers read the same value?
What temperature are Fahrenheit and Kelvin equal to each other? This question is similar to the popular homework question “When does Celsius equal Fahrenheit?” where the two different temperature scales read the same value. This example problem not only gives you the answer, it shows step by step, how to […]

What Temperature Are Fahrenheit and Kelvin Equal?