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Posted by Chris on Saturday, June 2, 2012 at 11:50am.

An applied force accelerates a 50-kg crate along a frictionless floor from rest to 5 m/s.The work performed by this force is most nearly

125 J
250 J(x)
500 J
625 J
1,250 J

Can someone please explain this to me and help? I thought it was 250 J but my calculation was wrong.

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