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Calculating Work loading

Introduction to the SI Unit for work and calculations using Work = Force × Distance

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    Calculating Work

    Calculating Work

    by Christopher von Nagy //basic

    How to calculate work from force and distance and vice versa, and the SI unit for work.

  • Video
    Calculating Work

    Calculating Work

    by Rico Lin //basic

    This video discusses the work formula and two cases of work, when it's negative or when it's positive. It emphasizes force times the distance as work and that no matter how much force you use to push an object, you would do zero work if the object doesn't move.

  • Flashcards
    Work - Calculating Work

    Work - Calculating Work

    by Ellaine Chou //basic

    These flashcards are here to help you better understand middle school physical science.

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