Posted by **Ashley** on Friday, March 23, 2012 at 5:50pm.

Find the power of a force

F= (10 N)ˆý +(−4 N)ˆj if the velocity v = (−4 m/s)ˆý +(4 m/s)ˆj.

Answer in units of W

(^i and ^j means i hat and j hat)

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