A spring stores potential energy when it is compressed a distance from its uncompressed length. (a) In terms of how much energy does it store when it is compressed (i) twice as much and (ii) half as much? (b) In terms of how much must it be compressed from its uncompressed length to store (i) twice as much energy and (ii) half as much energy?

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