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# If you exert a force of 10.0 n to lift a box a distance of 0.9 m how much work do you do?

Updated: 8/10/2023

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11y ago

Work done equals force times distance, so 10.0 times 0.9 is 9 joules.

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11y ago

Wiki User

6y ago

work is force x distance = 1N-m or 1 Joule

Wiki User

12y ago

100 N is the force we applied to the box.

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