In Hooke's law, at what point does the mass have its maximum momentum?

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In Hooke's law, at what point does the mass have its maximum momentum?

Hooke's Law:

Hooke's Law was stated by Robert Hooke, English scientist, in the mid-1600s. It explains how the amount by which an elastic body is stretched or compressed is directly proportional to the force used to do so as long as there is no permanent deformation in the elastic body.

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According to Hooke's law when a body is stretched or compressed, it is displaced a certain distance from the equilibrium point. In its compressed or...

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Hooke's Law & the Spring Constant: Definition & Equation

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