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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 Leonardo Fibonacci Discovered the law of elasticityThe law is the stretching of a spring is directly proportional to the amount of force that is applied to it. The equation is F= -kxF is the force applied to the spring,x is the displacement of the spring (stretched or compressed),and k is the constant that tells how stiff the spring is Biography The Cell Hooke's Law Inventions and Discoveries Born - July 18,1635Died- March 3, 1703Birthplace- Freshwater, EnglandRobert was a philosopher, scientist, architect, physicist, and inventor. Discovered the cellCalled it the cellbecause it looked like cells in a honeycomb, as well as the cells in a monastery. Found it in plant tissue, what he actually saw was the cell wall. He was one of the people tobuild the earliest Gregorian telescopes.He invented a spring that allowed watches to be made If you're using something that you need to spring backyou can calculate how far you needto stretch it based on the constant (k). Bibliography Created by Jessica Lincoln and Katie Evans Identified diffraction, the idea that light rays can bend around corners Tried to prove that the earth and moon follow a circular, orbital path around the sun Invented the Wave Theory of Light, whichwas a theory that the spreading of light is similar to the waves of the ocean "Robert Hooke." Fact Monster. 2007. Web. October 23, 2014."Microscope History: Robert Hooke (1635-1703)." History of the Microscope. 2010. Web. October 23, 2014."Robert Hooke." Encyclopaedia Brittanica. 2014. Web. October 23, 2014.Tega Jessa. "What is Hooke's Law?." Universe Today. February 10, 2010. Web. October 23, 2014.Ben Waggoner. "Robert Hooke (1635-1703)." Regents of the University of California. 1994-2006. Web. October 23, 2014Wikipedia. "Light." Wikipedia. September 24, 2014. Web. October 23, 2014. Wrote a book called "Micrographia" which described his observations of various specimen under a microscope
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