Question #e1a3f

Feb 18, 2018

$W = 38971.14 J$

Explanation:

The work is defined by the equation

$W = F \mathrm{dc} o s \theta$

Where:-

$F$ is the force ($60 N$ in this case)

$d$ is the displacement ($750 m$ in this case)

$\theta$ is the angle between the motion and the force (${30}^{\circ}$ in this case)

Substituting these values we get:-

$W = 60 \cdot 750 \cdot \cos 30$

$W = 38971.14 J$