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A boy pushes a book by applying a force of 40N.Find the work done by the force ,if the book is displaced by 25cm along the path.

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  1. Assume the force and the direction of motion are the same. Then use the definition of work.

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  2. Work =FORCE X DISPLACRMENT

    ,W=40X25
    ,W=1000J

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