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A girl on a bicycle drags a wagon full of newspapers at .80 m/s for 30 min. using a force of 40 N. How much work is done?

d = 80m/s * 30min * 60s/min = 1440 m.
W = F*d = 40 * 1440 = 57,600 Joules.
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