a cart was pulled for a distance of 1 kilometer and the amount of work accomplished equal 40.000 joules. with what force was the work accomplished?

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  1. Logically: Pull. or 40 joules because it's equal.

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  2. A cart was pulled for a distance of 1 kilometer The amount of work accomplished equaled 40,000 joules. With what force was the work accomplished?

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