What is the difference between an elastic and inelastic?
Bending Stretching and Extension Quiz
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- Returns to original shape after stretching, bending or compressing
- Becomes permanently distorted after stretching, bending or compressing
- Elastic distortion
- Inelastic distortion
Which of the following is required for a material to bend, stretch or compress?CorrectIncorrect
What will happen if only one force is applied to an object?CorrectIncorrect
Which of the following is the extension of a spring?CorrectIncorrect
The image shows the relationship between force and extension for a spring. What kind of relationship is this?CorrectIncorrect
Elastic bands have a relationship between force and extension that is not directly proportional. What is another way of describing this relationship?CorrectIncorrect
Which two things happen if you stretch a spring too far?CorrectIncorrect
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Force exerted on a spring = x
Calculate the force exerted on a spring with an extension of 40cm and a spring constant of 12.5 N/m (Equation)
Calculate the spring constant for a spring with an extension of 25mm and a force exerted of 1.6 N
Use the equation for energy transferred in stretching to answer the following question. Calculate the energy transferred in stretching a spring with a spring constant of 26 N/m and an extension of 2 m
Use the equation for energy transferred in stretching to answer the following question. Calculate the extension of a spring with a spring constant of 3 N/m that transferred 106 J of energy in stretching.