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A constant force of 58.3 N, directed at 31.7 degrees form horizontal, pulls a mass of 11.9 kg horizontally a distance of 2.77 m. Calculate the work done by the force.

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    is the force upwards, or downward.

    Assuming upwards.
    vertical component= 58.3sin31.7
    horizontal pulling component=58.3cos31.7

    work done= force*distance
    58.3cos31.7*2.77

    work done in the vertical
    58.3*sin31.7*zero

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