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The work done by a force is the product of force and distance. Does this means that the torque and work are equivalent?

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They are dimensionally the same, in that they have the same units, but they're not the same thing.
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No. Despite the units, work is energy and torque is how much of an effect a force has on rotating something about an axis.

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