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A box of mass 11.9 kg is pulled to the right with a horizontal force of 11.3 N. The box moves to the right with constant velocity, 1.6 m/s. Determine the amount of working the pulling force and the normal force do if the box moves 5.7 m.

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    Work = (F)(displacement)

    11.3 * 5.7 m = work in x direction

    there is no acceleration, so we use to 11.3 N value * displacement 5.7m in the x direction

    no displacement in the y direction, so no work in that direction

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