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A Kid applies a force of 70 Newtons to a ball over 1.1 meters.How much work did he do on the ball?

Work equals force times distance.
Multiply those two numbers together. The product will be in Joules. 
Data
Force(F)=70N
Distance(s)=1.1m
workdone by the boy=applied force * distance covered
w=F*S
W=70*1.1
w=77
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