What is the Definition of Work Done in Physics

Definition of Work Done in Physics

 

Work done by a constant force to move an object = displacement x force parallel to direction

 

Work is a scalar quantity.

 

W = Fs

 

Where:

 

W = work [J]

F = force creating the work [N]

S = displacement [m]

 

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