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Problem: What can be said about the work done by force Fs? (a) It is Positive (b) It Is Negative. (c) It Is Zero. (d) There Is Not Enough Information To

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The work done by the force Fs is given by:

W=F·s

The work is done when accelerating an object from rest to a final velocity, vf using a constant force, F.

The force causes acceleration. According to Newton's second law, F = ma.

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What can be said about the work done by force Fs? 


(a) It is Positive 

(b) It Is Negative. 

(c) It Is Zero. 

(d) There Is Not Enough Information To

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