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The lecture Work, Force and Distance by Jared Rovny is from the course Work.
You apply a force to a box, and you increase your force linearly (meaning that on a force versus distance diagram, the graph of force would be a straight line). You start with zero applied force, and by the time you have pushed the box 5 meters, you are applying a 10 Newton force. Which of the following best describes the total work you’ve done on the box?
If you apply a constant force over some distance, which of these best describes a geometrical way of understanding the work done, relative to a force versus distance diagram?
A force on an object is complicated, but fortunately describes a quartercircle on a force versus distance diagram. How can we find the work done by this force?
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