sandra
  • sandra
What does it infer when it is asked to find work done by a body on another body?
MIT 8.01 Physics I Classical Mechanics, Fall 1999
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sandra
  • sandra
Actually the question is that a child goes down a slide, then what is the work done by the slide? Is it asking the work done by the normal reaction on the child?
anonymous
  • anonymous
The normal force does no work because the dot product of F and dx is zero (there is no motion in the direction of the normal force.) Consider friction, however. It is in the direction opposite motion.

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anonymous
  • anonymous
since the friction is zero w=f.ds become zero .
anonymous
  • anonymous
The work done by the slide is the work due to the friction force

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