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a net force if 7 N acts on a 7 kg mass over a distance of 5m. How much work did this force accomplish?

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    7 N x 5 m is the work done, in Joules. The mass of the object doesn't affect the work done, but may affect the resulting velocity (if the object is free to move).

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