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Anonymous asked in Science & MathematicsPhysics · 1 decade ago

Physics help!...work?

A 2 kg box is pushed up the frictionless incline with a force of 5 N over a distance of 8 m until it reaches the platform that is 2 m off the ground.

a. Calculate the work done in pushing the box by using the formula

W= Fd

b. Calculate the work done by using the formula W =  PE

I will choose the best answer!

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  • 1 decade ago
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    F = 5N, m = 2kg, Height = h = 2m , d = 8m

    Angle theeta is given by cos(theeta) = sqrt60/8 = 0.96825

    Work done in moving through a distance of 8m inclined at an angle theeta is F cos(theeta) d = F x 0.96825 x 8 = 38.73 J

    The work done is also expressed as change in pot . energy

    mgh - 0 = 2x9.8x2 = 39.2 J

  • 4 years ago

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