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nisa Group Title

work is force acting over time true or false?

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  1. rosemuricken Group Title
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    not exactly,prefer to give a negative answer

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    can u explain please

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  3. kropot72 Group Title
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    Work is the product of force and the distance over which the force acts. The unit of work is the newton-meter.

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    work is said to be done when the point of application of the force MOVES,(Can be also not moved because of 2 equal &opposite forces acting @one point-another case,torque-another case,leave it now) ie,W=FS, where Sis the distance moved by the application of the forceF(=ma)

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    work= force x distance moved by the object W= F.S or W= F S cos(theta) so there is no dependence of work on time... which means that statement is false..

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    thanks alot everybody i have a better understanding now :)

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