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How will you find work done by a variable force? What is the significance of f- x graph
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Dj Snake 1 month ago

Hi kavita

Meghna Thapar 1 month ago

The work done by a constant force of magnitude F on a point that moves a displacement d in the direction of the force is the product: W = Fd. Integration approach can be used both to calculate work done by a variable force and work done by a constant force. Aside from using the equation, another way to figure out the work being done is to use a force-distance graph. Since work is force multiplied by distance, that means that the area under the force-distance graph gives you the work done. If the force is constant, this means just finding the area of a rectangle.

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