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Push a loaded grocery cart by a distance of 50m exerting horizontal force of 30N on the cart at an angle of 53degrees, how much work would you do on the cart?

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    Never mind.

    (30)(50)(cosine 53degrees)
    (1500)(.6)
    900J

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