if you push an object a given distance, while applying twice the force, you do
The answer from the Community, given below, is utter nonsense. In moving an object through a distance, the force does work.
It is the gravitational force of earth on an object. The force F is given by: F = GMm/r2 where G is the gravitational constant M is the mass of the earth m is the mass of the object and r is the distance between the centre of the earth and the object.
The work (energy) done on an object is Force x Distance. If there is no friction, and the object started at rest, then this will also be the kinetic energy that the object has. Then the kinetic energy, Ek = F * d, so F = Ek / d
The object is given an acceleration if the force exceeds the force of static friction on the object.
The force a lever can apply to a given point greatly depends on two distances:The distance from the pivot point to the object to be lifted and the distance from the pivot point to the point on the lever where force will be applied.To reduce the distance from the pivot-point to the point where Force is applied is to reduce the "force" of a lever.
Force is required to accelerate an object and give it speed (in a given direction). When an object is moving (after the force is applied), it will have velocity, which is speed (which itself is distance per unit of time) in a given direction. If a force is applied to the moving object, it will accelerate with a resultant new velocity. Some links are supplied to related articles posted by our friends at Wikipedia, where knowledge is free.
At any given distance, the object with the greatest mass also has the greatest gravitational force. That's the Sun. The Sun also has the largest surface gravity.
By applying the same force farther from the center of rotation.
the answer is reaction force
The transfer of energy that occurs when a force makes an object move is called work. Work is a quantity of energy given in the unit of Joules. The mathematical description of work is the product of the force and the distance for which it was applied.
Your question is a little unclear but if you are asking if the "force of gravity" acts on an object then yes, but if you are asking what it is then it is the force given by an object that attracts other objects. The force of gravity between two objects can be found by multiplying the first mass by the second mass, then multiplying that by 6.67x10 to the -11th power(the gravitational constant) and dividing it by the distance squared.
You need one more "given": the time, i.e., how long it takes you. Work = distance x force, and power = work / time. Thus, you get: power = distance x force / time
On earth it is about 9.81m where m is the mass of an object. In general the gravitational force is given by F=G(Mm/r^2) Where G is the gravitational constant, M and m are two different masses and r is the distance between them
The relationship is given by Newton's Second Law. Briefly, a net force (an unbalanced force) will accelerate the object, that is, it will change its velocity.
The distance travelled by an object in a given time is given by:Distance = Speed * TimeAlternatively for an object that is accelerating:Distance = (Speed of object before acceleration is applied * Time) + (0.5 * Acceleration * Time squared)If the object is accelerating from speed zero, the first set of brackets is irrelevant.Also, if the object is falling to the ground, acceleration = 9.81