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A 15 kg block is pulled 5 m across the frictionless floor with a force of 62 N at a 41 degree angle. Calculate the total work done on the block.

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    62*5*cos41 joules

    The mass doesn't matter. Neither does the amount of friction.

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    Dhdis

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