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Not just newtons, but newton-meters, also known as a Joule

A unit of torque, simply called Newton-meters.

1.0 Newton-meter = 1.0 Joule

1 newton-meter is 1 Joule

It is a Joule.

also called joules

joules

Q: Newtons times meters this is know as what?

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Meters / second2, or the equivalent Newtons / kg.Meters / second2, or the equivalent Newtons / kg.Meters / second2, or the equivalent Newtons / kg.Meters / second2, or the equivalent Newtons / kg.

Applying a force through a distance is known as work. Work equals force in Newtons times distance in meters, and the unit for force is the Newtonâ€¢meter, Nâ€¢m.

to convert watts into meters

Joules or newtons*meters

newtons are how high the gravity of a planet is which relates to measurement of of an object's weight not distance

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588N * 12m= 7056J

2800 Newtons

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Meters / second2, or the equivalent Newtons / kg.Meters / second2, or the equivalent Newtons / kg.Meters / second2, or the equivalent Newtons / kg.Meters / second2, or the equivalent Newtons / kg.

Applying a force through a distance is known as work. Work equals force in Newtons times distance in meters, and the unit for force is the Newtonâ€¢meter, Nâ€¢m.

Usually meters, kilograms, and Newtons.

to convert watts into meters

Joules or newtons*meters

2000 Newtons

newtons are how high the gravity of a planet is which relates to measurement of of an object's weight not distance

James Joules created a method in which work is calculated. work(joules) equals force(newtons) times distance(meters) or j=n times m.

The question does not make sense. The newton and newton meter are different units, so: for a force of 120 newton meters, you can have a 10 newtons over 12 meters, 5 newtons over 24 meters, 0.5 newtons over 240 meters, 50 newtons over 2.4 meters, and so on.