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When applying the principles of work and force, work is accomplished when force is applied to an object that does not move in the metric system the measurement for work is cubic centimeters no work is accomplished when an object is stopped by mechanical force if a 50-pound object is moved 10 feet, 500 ft.-lb of work are produced

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Automotive Technology

7th Edition
ERJAVEC + 1 other
Publisher: Cengage,
ISBN: 9781337794213

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Automotive Technology

7th Edition
ERJAVEC + 1 other
Publisher: Cengage,
ISBN: 9781337794213
Chapter 3, Problem 5MC
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When applying the principles of work and force,

  1. work is accomplished when force is applied to an object that does not move

  • in the metric system the measurement for work is cubic centimeters
  • no work is accomplished when an object is stopped by mechanical force
  • if a 50-pound object is moved 10 feet, 500 ft.-lb of work are produced
  • i.

    To determine

    To check: if a 50-pound object is moved 10 feet, 500 ft.lb of work are produced.

    Explanation of Solution

    Given: Force=50-pound,

    Displacement=10 feet

    Concept Used:

    We know that the work done is given by

    Work=Force×Displacement

    Calculation:

    Work=50 pound × 10 feet

    Work=500 ft

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