no work because work is when you move something in a direction, holding a watermelon is not direction
Work is defined as the effort (force) to move an object (mass) a given distance. While holding an object at a height is strenuous for humans, this is not because we are doing work, but because we are resisting gravity. This makes sense if you consider inanimate (non-living) objects: for example, does your chair struggle when you sit on it?
The work done by the end loader holding 1500 kg of sand 2.00 m off the ground does 3000 J of work regardless of the time it holds it. Work is equal to the product of a force on an object, and the distance the force acted on the object.
The answer is 0. If you used the formula of =>mgh, you would get a value which would be wrong. The question is a trick question. There is no work done in 'holding' an object but work would be done in 'lifting' an object. Hence, 0. ~Dartz
No. To have "work" (in the sense used in physics), you need a force to act along a certain distance. Any force multiplied by a zero distance will give you zero work.
Rubbing your hands together.
Watermelon chargers made for cell phones to charge the batteries is a myth that has been tested and failed.
In physics, work is equal to force times distance W=F*D Work is basically moving an object parallel to its acceleration. For example, holding an object above the ground is not work, since there object has not moved. An example of work is moving a book, an object at free fall, etc.
Watermelons is used by watermelon plants to spread their seeds. Watermelon plants have a mutualistic relationship with watermelon eating animals who would normally disprerse the seeds by eating them and then excreting them somewhere away from the plant where they got the watermelon from. This process may not work well when you extrement the seeds into a toilet.
it kind of works but u still have to buy something
Actuallyno theyaren'tscams they really work!
watermelon, water, work, worm, window
Coordination is when multiple parts of the body can work together at the same time. For example when both hands work together to type or play a game.
No, it changes according to heat. For example if you hold in tightly in your hands, it will change colour.
They work with their hands. ------------ They often do both, though not at the same time.
Step away, then step back and you should get a prompt to hit the Left Trigger. The UI in Fable 3 is VERY WONKY. You often have to move around a little and hit a button several times for it to work correctly. Sometimes, after you are holding hands, it will look like you let go. This is if someone walks between you, you are running up stairs, or other similar actions. When you stop walking, you will still be holding hands though. In order to let go, you hit the lower left trigger again.
many makes the work easier - many hands make light work