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Problem: A large crate sits on the floor of a warehouse. Paul and Bob apply constant horizontal forces to the crate. The force applied by Paul has magnitude 51.0 N and direction 61.0 south of west.How much work does Pauls force do during a displacement of the crate that is 12.0 m in the direction 22.0 east of north.

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A large crate sits on the floor of a warehouse. Paul and Bob apply constant horizontal forces to the crate. The force applied by Paul has magnitude 51.0 N and direction 61.0 south of west.

How much work does Pauls force do during a displacement of the crate that is 12.0 m in the direction 22.0 east of north.

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