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  1. v = 6 m /s. Velocity was squared, yielding 36 m2/s2

  2. According to Coloumbs Law, Electric force is equal to Keq1q2/r2. Electric field is equal to Electric force over charge q. (E = Fe/q). Substitute Fe = q1q2/r2. E = (q1q2/r2)/q, E = kq/r2. You can assume q2 as a test charge Q so E = kQ/r2.

  3. Realistically, the answer should be -5 meters since you are compressing in the negative I hat direction. Another way you potentially could have solved it was if you were given time where you could've used hooks law. Fs = -kX where Fs = ma where a = v/t so mv/t. Hence X = -mv/kt. Other than that, since there are no non conservative forces acting on the system, change in E =0 where initial mechanical energy equals final mechanical energy is the only equation you can use in this situation.

  4. That's only for the elastic force of the spring, which is a vector and by default has a negative in it. Potential energy stored in a spring is always positive.

  5. Yes the displacement will turn positive no matter what due to it being squared. Displacement is a vector quantity and energy is scalar.

  6. I'm sorry but not everyone is on that level. Did you know that the world doesn't revolve around you?

  7. Yea it may be confusing with two posts in a post

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