Elastic Potential Energy/Spring Constant, Physics

I need help solving an equation or two to find the elastic potential energy of a spring when compressed. Spring starts at .75 m, and is compressed to .25 m by a force of 12 newtons. I am really confused and don''t understand the equations.
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