Hooke's Law Calculators Enter value, select unit and click on calculate. Result will be displayed.

Calculate Force
Calculate Spring Constant
Calculate Distance from Equilibrium
Calculate Spring Equilibrium Position

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Calculate Force

F = -K x (X - X0)

 F = Force K = Spring Constant X = Distance from Equilibrium X0 = Spring Equilibrium Position
 Enter your values: Spring Constant: Newton / Meter Pound / Foot Pound / Inch Distance from Equilibrium: Meter Centimeter Attometer Dekameter Decimeter Exameter Femtometer Foot Hectometer Inch Kilometer Megameter Micrometer Mile Millimeter Nanometer Petameter Picometer Yard Spring Equilibrium Position: Meter Centimeter Attometer Dekameter Decimeter Exameter Femtometer Foot Hectometer Inch Kilometer Megameter Micrometer Mile Millimeter Nanometer Petameter Picometer Yard Result: Force: Newton

Calculate Spring Constant

 K = Spring Constant F = Force X = Distance from Equilibrium X0 = Spring Equilibrium Position
 Enter your values: Force: Newton Dyne Gram Force Kgs-Meter/sec^2 Kilograms Force Kip Pound Force Poundal Distance from Equilibrium: Meter Centimeter Attometer Dekameter Decimeter Exameter Femtometer Foot Hectometer Inch Kilometer Megameter Micrometer Mile Millimeter Nanometer Petameter Picometer Yard Spring Equilibrium Position: Meter Centimeter Attometer Dekameter Decimeter Exameter Femtometer Foot Hectometer Inch Kilometer Megameter Micrometer Mile Millimeter Nanometer Petameter Picometer Yard Result: Spring Constant: Newton/Meter

Calculate Distance from Equilibrium

 X = Distance from Equilibrium X0 = Spring Equilibrium Position K = Spring Constant F = Force
 Enter your values: Spring Equilibrium Position: Meter Centimeter Attometer Dekameter Decimeter Exameter Femtometer Foot Hectometer Inch Kilometer Megameter Micrometer Mile Millimeter Nanometer Petameter Picometer Yard Force: Newton Dyne Gram Force Kgs-Meter/sec^2 Kilograms Force Kip Pound Force Poundal Spring Constant: Newton / Meter Pound / Foot Pound / Inch Result: Distance from Equilibrium: Meter

Calculate Spring Equilibrium Position

 X0 = Spring Equilibrium Position X = Distance from Equilibrium K = Spring Constant F = Force
 Enter your values: Force: Newton Dyne Gram Force Kgs-Meter/sec^2 Kilograms Force Kip Pound Force Poundal Spring Constant: Newton / Meter Pound / Foot Pound / Inch Distance from Equilibrium: Meter Centimeter Attometer Dekameter Decimeter Exameter Femtometer Foot Hectometer Inch Kilometer Megameter Micrometer Mile Millimeter Nanometer Petameter Picometer Yard Result: Spring Equilibrium Position: Meter