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The equation for work is Force times Distance (F x D).
Work equals Force times Displacement times cos(angle or 'theta') -
W = F x d where W is work, F is the force required to move the object, and d is the distance the object moves. Thank you.
Work = change in kinetic energy; usually, this ends up being force times distance.
W=Force * distance = 1/2mv^2 final - 1/2mv^2 initial.
Mechanical work equals force multiplied by displacement. W = F X D. Ask away!
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