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  • 2 years ago

Work = Zero

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  1. Hope99
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    \[W = \int\limits_{a}^{b} F(x)d(x)\] Is a closed path is always zero why is that?

  2. Hope99
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    Well work done by gravity that is...

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    @satellite73 @ParthKohli @Callisto @mathslover @Mashy

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    I can imagine that gravity does no work because the start & endpoint is the same. |dw:1365011587034:dw|

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    Um. The distance did not change I guess, so the work = F x 0 = 0?

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    |dw:1365011417026:dw|

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    only by conservative forces.. . :)

  8. electrokid
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    and independent of the path followed.

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