Q. 24.4( 20 Votes )
State the SI unit of work.
Work (W) = Force (F) x Distance (s)
SI unit of F is N (Newton) and s is m (meter)
Hence SI unit of work = N x m = Nm (Newton-meter)
Another name for 1Nm is joule.
Therefore, SI unit of work is joule.
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