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  • one year ago

In order for work to take place the energy present must be related to the movement of the object. the force applied must be a balanced force resulting in motion of the object. the force applied must cause the movement of the object in the same direction as the force. the movement of the object must be the cause of the force.

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  1. anonymous
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    @Bellarose652 this is my last on promise

  2. anonymous
    • one year ago
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    one

  3. anonymous
    • one year ago
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    I think D... I am like 99.78 % sure lolz

  4. anonymous
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    lol

  5. anonymous
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    how did you do>?\

  6. anonymous
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    the best i got a 90 thx

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    lol thats pretty good! Hope that I helped!:)

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    hell yea

  9. MrNood
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    D was not correct

  10. anonymous
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    movement is the _result_ of some Force(s) that did Work in the past. (so, not D) a "balancing Force" will result in zero acceleration, not motion in its direction (not B) Kinetic Energy is retained especially if no Force is applied (so, not A) Friction Forces usually do negatice Work as they oppose sliding motion (so not really C)

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