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According to Hooke's Law, the force [%(F)%] needed to stretch a spring is directly proportional to the amount the spring is stretched [%(d)%]. Which is the correct equation that represents this statement?

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According to Hooke's Law, the force [%(F)%] needed to stretch a spring is directly proportional to the amount the spring is stretched [%(d)%]. Which is the correct equation that represents this statement?

- [% F=kd %]
- [% F=\frac{k}{d} %]
- [% F=\frac{1}{d} %]
- [% d=kF %]

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