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If we know the force, the distance, and the time we can calculate only power. work and power. only work. neither work or power.

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    @SimplyE @Bellarose652

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    Assuming that you also know the angle of the force relative to the displacement, you can calculate both the work and the power....since work= force x distance and work done per unit time is power

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    so, B

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