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a piece of furniture that weighs 500 newtons is pushed along the ground for a distance of 10 meters then lifted 2 meters above the ground into a truck. how much work is done if the force required to push the furniture is 150 newtons?

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2. work= force*distance where force is in the direction of distance.
work= 150*10+500*2 Joules

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