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Consider a constant force applied to an object moving with uniform velocity. Sketch a graph of the work (done on the object) as a function of the magnitude of the object’s displacement. What does the slope of the line on the graph represent?

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  1. Cutiepo0
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    does it look like a straight diagonal line, dividing the quadrant in half diagonally, and it represents the magnitude?

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    was it moving moving with a constant velocity before the force was applied or was it moving with uniform velocity even after the force was applied?

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