Posted by **fredrick** on Wednesday, March 13, 2013 at 10:05am.

Mason lifts a box off the ground and places it in a car that is 0.50 meters high. If he applies a force of 8.0 newtons to lift this suitcase, what is the work done?

A. 0 joules

B. 4.0 joules

C. 4.0 × 101 joules

D. 4.0 × 102 joules

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