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###### Asked in Physics

### The product of force and its perpendicular distance?

work- is the product of force and distance

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###### Asked in Science, Physics

### What is the product of the input force through a distance?

force * distance = work

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###### Asked in Science, Physics, Isaac Newton

### The product of force and the distance that the object moves in the direction of the force is?

Work - or energy transferred is the product of force and the
distance that the object moves in the direction of the force.
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###### Asked in Physics

### Work is the product of force and an objects what?

Work is the product of a force, and the distance along which the
force is applied.
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###### Asked in Science, Math and Arithmetic, Physics

### Is product of force times distance?

Force times distance is called "Work" for the purposes of
physics.

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###### Asked in Units of Measure, Physics, Energy

### Since a moment is a force times a distance is it true to call a moment a force?

No, a moment is a force x a distance, it is the product
of a force and a distance. You get the same moment with a force of
say 2 Newtons at 0.5 meter as a force of 1 Newton at 1 meter, so it
is obviously not a force alone, but the product of a force
and a distance, and its units are Newton.meters in the SI
system
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###### Asked in Physics

### What is the product of force and distance?

The product is called work - which basically means a transfer of
energy. If force is in Newton, and distance in meters, then the
energy is in Joule.
The product is called work - which basically means a transfer of
energy. If force is in Newton, and distance in meters, then the
energy is in Joule.
The product is called work - which basically means a transfer of
energy. If force is in Newton, and distance in meters, then the
energy is in...

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###### Asked in Math and Arithmetic, Physics

### Is work is the vector product of force and distance?

Yes and no. It's the dot product, but not the cross product.

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###### Asked in Physics

### What is applying force through distance called?

The product of force x distance is called work. It is
basically a transfer of energy.
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###### Asked in Physics

### What Is the measure of the force that is applied over a distance?

The product of the force and the distance is called "work". It
is equivalent to a transfer of mechanical energy.
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###### Asked in Physics

### The product of one newton of force moving an object a distance of one meter is one?

One joule is the product of one newton of force moving an object
a distance of meter.
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###### Asked in Mechanics, Solid State Physics

### Which of these is the formula for work?

work = (force) (distance)
To be totally correct, work is the dot product of the force and
distance. Since force and distance are both vectors the angle
between them is important. If force and distance is in the same
direction then the formula
work=(force)(distance) is correct. Otherwise
work=(force)(distance)(cos(theta))
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###### Asked in Science, Physics

### What do you get when you multiply effort force by the effort arm distance?

In physics, moment is a combination of a physical quantity, like
force, and a distance. For example, a moment of force is the
product of of a force and its distance from an axis, which causes
rotation about the axis.
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###### Asked in Science

### How does distance change when the amount of effort force is increased while the amount of work done remains the same?

Work is the product of (force) x (distance).
If, as you allege, the force increased but the work didn't
change, then
the distance must have decreased, by exactly
the same factor as the
increase in the force, so that their product is not changed.
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###### Asked in Physics

### In science work is defined as?

Work can be understood as a transfer of mechanical energy. It is
defined as the product of force x distance (if a force is applied
over a certain distance); this only applies if force is in the same
direction as the movement, and if the force doesn't change.
Otherwise, the more precise definition is the integral of: (dot
product of force times distance).
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###### Asked in Science, Physics

### The product of force and lever-arm distance in producing rotation is?

In a lever, the product of effort and effort arm is called
Moment of effort and product of load and load arm is called Moment
of load. In general case, as asked in the question, "The Product
of force and lever-arm distance is called Moment of Force"
the Moment of Force isn't correct its {Torque}
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###### Asked in Physics

### Is there any difference in the work done as you change the force or the distance traveled?

Work is basically the product of force and distance traveled, so
if any of the two (force, distance) change, the work will change as
well.
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###### Asked in Physics, Mechanics, Newtons Laws of Motion

### Which term is defined as the size of the force muliplied by the distance through which the force acts?

Work W. The dot product of Force and Distance through which the
force acts is called Work . W=F.d
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###### Asked in Physics

### Work is the product of force and an object's what?

Work is the force applied to an object over the distance the
object is moved
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###### Asked in Physics

### Work is the product of force and an objects?

Work is the product of force and the distance through which the
force continues before it quits.
It really doesn't directly involve any characteristics of the
object upon which the force acts.
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###### Asked in Physics

### Product of the input force and distance through which it is exerted?

That's the "Input Work".

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###### Asked in General and Special Relativity

### How much work is done in holding a 1 kg object 2m above the ground?

None. Work is the product of (force) x (distance). If the force
doesn't
persist while moving through a distance, then the product is
zero.
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###### Asked in Physics

### What is the gravitational force relating to mass and distance?

Its proportional to the product of their masses,
and inversely proportional to the square of their distance
apart.
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###### Asked in Electrostatics

### When is the force between electric charges maximum?

Force bw two stationary charged particles is directly
proportional to product of charges and inversly proportional to
square of distance bw them. So max force product of force should be
max and distance bw the particle should b minimum.
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###### Asked in Physics

### Why is the output force always less than th input force in third clss lever?

Because the output distance is always greater
than the input distance,
and the product of (force) x (distance) is nearly the same on
both ends.
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