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# 250J of work is done when a force of 50N is applied on an object. calculate the distance through which the object moves

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Work = Force X distance
250J = 50N X distance
Consider that 250J = 250 N.m(Newton meter or Newton multiplied by meter)
250Nm = 50N X distance
Divide both sides of the equal sign by 50Nm and the answer is 5m

Posted on Nov 08, 2010

• Rene Rossouw Nov 08, 2010

Above should read "divide both sides of the equal sign by 50N" and not "50Nm" as stated

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