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How to Calculate the Work in case of rotational movement

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Work = Force x Distance i spose it depends on if your looking at distance from an finish - start reference, or as a length along the path traveled.
spose i use a 20N force to move a block 10m to the left, and then 10m to the right such that i end up back where i started. How much work was done? If the rotational movement forms a circle, Id assume the work done amounts to the Force times the radians traveled
I think that this is about torque

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yes of course torque touque=force*radius sin(theta) work=torque*angle moved
Yes of course that's it thank you very much

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