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				   if we tie a spring with rigid wall and pull the other end by force of 3kg and in other case if we pull the spring from both ends with force of 3kg, what will be differnce in tension in spring.

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Dear Mahavir,

                 In the first case there exists only one tension force towards the wall. In the other case there are two tension forces each(1.5 kg each) acting in opposite directions towards the centre of the spring.

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