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Arrange the following from the most work to the least. For each instance, calculate the total amount of work done. Show all calculations, including units of measure.

1. pushing a box of math books weighing 600 newtons a distance of 20 meters
12000J

2. pulling a television weighing 400 newtons down a hallway of 35 meters
14000J
3. pushing a stalled truck weighing 7,500 newtons a distance of 0.4 meters
3000J
4. carrying several textbooks weighing 130 newtons, over the course of a semester, for 5,000 meters
650000J

is it... 4,2,1,3?

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    my subject is IPC? sooo i mean i can put like science? but that still doesnt answer my question hahaa.

  • ipc -

    1. wrong. work is distance in the direction of the force.
    2, 3,4,5 ibid.

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    thanks:)

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    haha its actually integrated physics and chemistry:) i'll stick to science thank youuu:)

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    You see an object accelerate towards the left. Which of the following statements is correct?

    A. There is a net force on the object upwards.


    B. There is a net force on the object to the left.


    C. There is a net force on the object to the right.


    D. There is a net force on the object downwards.

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