PHYSICS

A CAR IS BEING DRIVEN BY AFORCE OF 2.5*10POWER10N.TRAVELLING AT ACONSTANT SPEED OF 5m/s,IT TAKES 2 MINUTES TO REACH A CERTAIN PLACE.CALCULATE THE WORK DONE.

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asked by Anjali
  1. Distance = speed * time
    Calculate Work done = force * distance

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