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It takes 300 N of force and a distance of 20 m for a moving cart to come to a stop. How much kinetic energy did this cartpath?

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asked by Patti
  1. Work done to stop = kinetic energy at the beginning
    = Force * distance
    = 300 N * 20 m = 6000 Joules

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