• anonymous
a worker uses a cart to move a load of bricks a distance of 10m across a parking lot. if he pushes the cart with a constant force of 209 N, what amount of work does he do? show work
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  • anonymous
Try using W=Fd. (Work equals force times distance) This formula only works when the force is being applied in exactly the same direction that the cart is moving (it's not moving up or downhill) but it looks like that's how this problem is set up.

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