Problem 7.4010 of 14Constants | Periodic TabThe force on a particle, acting along the x axis, varies asshown in the figure(Figure 1).Determine the work done by this force to move the particle along the x axis: from x = 0.0 to x = 10.0m.Express your answer using two significant figures.V ΑΣφFigure< 1 of 1 >400SubmitRequest Answer300200100Part Bх (m)1510-100-200Determine the work done by this force to move the particle along the a axis: from x = 0.0 to x = 15.0m.Express your answer using two significant figures.(N) 4

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Problem 7.40
10 of 14
Constants | Periodic Tab
The force on a particle, acting along the x axis, varies as
shown in the figure(Figure 1).
Determine the work done by this force to move the particle along the x axis: from x = 0.0 to x = 10.0m.
Express your answer using two significant figures.
V ΑΣφ
Figure
< 1 of 1 >
400
Submit
Request Answer
300
200
100
Part B
х (m)
15
10
-100
-200
Determine the work done by this force to move the particle along the a axis: from x = 0.0 to x = 15.0m.
Express your answer using two significant figures.
(N) 4
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Problem 7.40 10 of 14 Constants | Periodic Tab The force on a particle, acting along the x axis, varies as shown in the figure(Figure 1). Determine the work done by this force to move the particle along the x axis: from x = 0.0 to x = 10.0m. Express your answer using two significant figures. V ΑΣφ Figure < 1 of 1 > 400 Submit Request Answer 300 200 100 Part B х (m) 15 10 -100 -200 Determine the work done by this force to move the particle along the a axis: from x = 0.0 to x = 15.0m. Express your answer using two significant figures. (N) 4

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