anonymous
  • anonymous
What are the two conditions necessary for work done to be zero?? Answer in relation with. Force applied and distance moved. Guys please help..
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goformit100
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For work done to be zero, angle can be at 90 degree or displacement is zero.
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in W=FS cos theta if cos theta =90, W=0 and if S=0, W=0
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