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  • one year ago

There was less work done. Which of the statements describes how this is possible? There was less force applied or there was less movement. There was more force applied and the movement did not change. There was more force applied and there was more movement. There was more force applied or there was more movement.

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  1. anonymous
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    @Bellarose652

  2. anonymous
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    @SimplyE

  3. anonymous
    • one year ago
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    Is this a part 2 or a q?

  4. anonymous
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    Is that the complete question

  5. anonymous
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    q?

  6. anonymous
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    yes

  7. anonymous
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    there's no diagram?? it just feels like an incomplete question

  8. anonymous
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    no thats the full question

  9. anonymous
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    yah it does, I am not even sure what it is asking..

  10. anonymous
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    me neither but i copied and pasted

  11. anonymous
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    If we increase the distance traveled when doing work , and keep all other factors the same, what will happen? The amount of force will go down. The amount of force will increase. The amount of work will decrease. The amount of work will increase.

  12. anonymous
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    I will take my best guess and say A. I'm sure if that's 100% right but I think so

  13. anonymous
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    theres another one

  14. anonymous
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    Wait, I believe for the last question its D, not A...

  15. anonymous
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    Because, it says "Keep all other factors the same", so the force would be the same, but it would be harder, more work... Think about the question logically..

  16. anonymous
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    what about the last one i sent

  17. anonymous
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    what one?

  18. anonymous
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    If we increase the distance traveled when doing work , and keep all other factors the same, what will happen? The amount of force will go down. The amount of force will increase. The amount of work will decrease. The amount of work will increase.

  19. anonymous
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    D, what I said.... Idk about first one..

  20. anonymous
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    oh this one is d

  21. anonymous
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    1. A 2.D

  22. anonymous
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    I was talking the first one @Bellarose652, when I said a

  23. anonymous
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    yah I just noticed that lol.. makes more sense, xD

  24. anonymous
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    thx guys idk what i would do without u not being a creep but thx

  25. anonymous
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    np

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