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We cannot consider something to be work unless force is applied to an object resulting in balanced forces. forces that caused the action were unbalanced and the action occurred in the opposite direction. action was equal to the reaction and was the result of a balanced force. force applied causes movement of an object in the same direction as the applied force.

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  1. kcute_face_bhunnie-_-
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    you got it?

  2. Miss_Deva
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    One sec..

  3. kcute_face_bhunnie-_-
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    okay.

  4. Miss_Deva
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    A.) To find work we need to know force and distance; to find power we need to know force and velocity.

  5. kcute_face_bhunnie-_-
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    thanks

  6. Miss_Deva
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    No problem. :)

  7. Daphmine
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    so whats the answer miss_Deva

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