Work Done by a Constant Force#

Calculate the work done by a constant force of magnitude \(F = \) 12.4 \(N\) applied over a displacement of magnitude \(\Delta r = \) 38.3 \(m\) for all four of the diagrams.

Image of the force acting at different angles to the displacement.
Long Description of image: Image of the force acting at different angles to the displacement.
Figure a shows the force acting perpendicular to the displacement.
Figure b shows the force acting at an angle of sixty degrees to the displacement. The force F is horizontal and acts to the right.
Figure c shows the force acting parallel to the displacement and in the same direction.
Figure d shows the force acting parallel to the displacement but in the opposite direction.

Long description ends.

Part 1#

Calculate the work done for Figure (a).

Answer Section#

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Part 2#

Calculate the work done for Figure (b).

Answer Section#

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Part 3#

Calculate the work done for Figure (c).

Answer Section#

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Part 4#

Calculate the work done for Figure (d).

Answer Section#

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Attribution#

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