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How much do you do if you push a garbage can with a force of 30N while sliding it 4 meters down the hall?

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  1. Someone left out the word WORK in your question. The question should read:
    "How much Work do you do if you push a garbage can with a force of 30N while sliding it 4 meters"

    The answer is
    Work = Force x Distance,
    which is
    120 Joules in this case.

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