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1. A 120N horizontal force pushes an object for some metres. The work done by the horizontal force is 1560 J. What is the displacement of the object?
Correct Answer: A
A 40 N force at 370 to the horizontal direction is used to move an object horizontally by 20 m. What is the work done by the force? (cos 370 = 0.8; sin 370 = 0.6)
Correct Answer: B
What is the work done by the jet engine in the figure to move the jet from the landing position at the origin (0, 0, 0) to the given position if the constant force produced by the engine is 1200 N?
Correct Answer: D
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