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# How much work is done by a force of 10N in moving an object through a distance of 1m in the direction of the force?

Answer :

The work done is calculated by using the formula:

W = F x S

Hence, Force, F = 10N

And, Distance, S = 1m

So, Work done, W = 10 x 1J = 10J

Thus the work done is 10 Joules.

W = F x S

Hence, Force, F = 10N

And, Distance, S = 1m

So, Work done, W = 10 x 1J = 10J

Thus the work done is 10 Joules.

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