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a force of400.0 is exerted on a 1250 N car while moving it a distance of3.0 m. how much work was done on the car

  • physics -

    Have you seen the definition:
    Work = Force x Distance?

    It's time you did.

    You won't be needing the weight of the car.

    I assume the force of 400.00 was measured in newtons (N). Do not omit dimensions.

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