Charlie pulls horizontally to the right on a wagon with a force of 37.2 N. Sara pulls horizontally to the left with a force of 22.4 N. How much work is done on the wagon after it has moved 2.50 meters to the right? in joules?

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  1. 2.5(37.2-22.4)

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