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anonymous
 one year ago
I Need Help Please. Lol. I'm on Plato & I'm Stuck In ICP & I Don't Understand This Question. An athlete is running at a constant velocity with a javelin held in his right hand. The force he is applying on the javelin as he carries it is 5.0 newtons. If he covers a distance of 10 meters, what work has he done on the javelin? Heres the choices: a. 5.0 x 10^1 Joules, b. 4.5 x^1 Joules c. 5.0 x 10^1 Joules d. 0 Joules. Comemnt Hurry!!!
anonymous
 one year ago
I Need Help Please. Lol. I'm on Plato & I'm Stuck In ICP & I Don't Understand This Question. An athlete is running at a constant velocity with a javelin held in his right hand. The force he is applying on the javelin as he carries it is 5.0 newtons. If he covers a distance of 10 meters, what work has he done on the javelin? Heres the choices: a. 5.0 x 10^1 Joules, b. 4.5 x^1 Joules c. 5.0 x 10^1 Joules d. 0 Joules. Comemnt Hurry!!!

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anonymous
 one year ago
Best ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.0the force he is applying is against the gravity....that force is actually equal and against the weight of the javelin and work= f*s* sin x and x=90' in this case.....bcz 90' is the measure of the angle b/w direction of the force and that of the motion....

anonymous
 one year ago
Best ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.0Thank You So Much, I Barley Understood It I Went Over This 2 Times... This Is The Only Subject I Don't Understand.
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