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The girl in the picture applies 10 N of force to the snowball to move it 2 meters. How much work ...

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 The girl in the picture applies 10 N of force to the snowball to move it 2 meters. How much work ... The girl in the picture applies 10 N of force to the snowball to move it 2 meters.  How much work has she done?person-rolling-big-snowball-concept-winter-fun-person-rolling-big-snowball-concept-winter-fu_61ef29cc4e32a.jpg a5 J b12 J c20J d100 J Read 12 times 1 Reply

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 The correct answer is c) 20 J.Work (W) is calculated as the product of force (F) applied on an object and the distance (d) over which the force is applied:W = F x dHere, the force applied is 10 N and the distance moved is 2 meters. Therefore, the work done is:W = 10 N x 2 m = 20 JSo, she has done 20 joules of work in moving the snowball over 2 meters.
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