6 Physics help/questionsO Google KeepE Unit 6 PT I: Work and KEb Answered: 10. The force act XAUnit 6 PT I Google FormC 88 |VPNdocs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAlpQLSFKo3R1peq7saCxTOz3VtnNr7kuRXVPbaVyg1r9n6aUuDwuQg/viewformX Course | STV1.1x|e..(5) c, a, d, b3. A train of mass, m, and speed, v, travels a distance, L, along a frictionless 1 pointcircular track of radius, R. The work done on the train is *O (A) W = -mgL(B) W = 0O (C) W = mgR%3D(D) W = mgLO (E) W = -mgRtoweiabing 22 be F(2) iepuched to theriaht bva 20 Ihforee /E)1 noint8:38 PM1»)1/15/2020||>

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6 Physics help/questions
O Google Keep
E Unit 6 PT I: Work and KE
b Answered: 10. The force act X
AUnit 6 PT I Google Form
C 88 |
VPN
docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAlpQLSFKo3R1peq7saCxTOz3VtnNr7kuRXVPbaVyg1r9n6aUuDwuQg/viewform
X Course | STV1.1x|e..
(5) c, a, d, b
3. A train of mass, m, and speed, v, travels a distance, L, along a frictionless 1 point
circular track of radius, R. The work done on the train is *
O (A) W = -mgL
(B) W = 0
O (C) W = mgR
%3D
(D) W = mgL
O (E) W = -mgR
toweiabing 22 be F(2) iepuched to theriaht bva 20 Ih
foree /E)
1 noint
8:38 PM
1»)
1/15/2020
||>
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6 Physics help/questions O Google Keep E Unit 6 PT I: Work and KE b Answered: 10. The force act X AUnit 6 PT I Google Form C 88 | VPN docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAlpQLSFKo3R1peq7saCxTOz3VtnNr7kuRXVPbaVyg1r9n6aUuDwuQg/viewform X Course | STV1.1x|e.. (5) c, a, d, b 3. A train of mass, m, and speed, v, travels a distance, L, along a frictionless 1 point circular track of radius, R. The work done on the train is * O (A) W = -mgL (B) W = 0 O (C) W = mgR %3D (D) W = mgL O (E) W = -mgR toweiabing 22 be F(2) iepuched to theriaht bva 20 Ih foree /E) 1 noint 8:38 PM 1») 1/15/2020 ||>

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