anonymous
  • anonymous
Randy does 200 newton-meters of work moving a 100 pound piano a distance of 5 meters. How much force did he use? 40 newton-meters 500 newton-meters 1,000 newton-meters 20,000 newton-meters
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twheenan
  • twheenan
Work done = force × distance. So, rearranging the formula, the force can be found by: work done divided by distance. Hope that helps.

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