Consider the formula W=Fd, where • W represents work • F represents force and has units of Newtonsand •D represents distance and has units of meters (m), Select
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Consider the formula W=Fd, where
• W represents work
• F represents force and has units of Newtonsand
•D represents distance and has units of meters (m),
Select an appropriate measurement unit for work.
Plz look at pic
• W represents work
• F represents force and has units of Newtonsand
•D represents distance and has units of meters (m),
Select an appropriate measurement unit for work.
Plz look at pic
2 Answer

1. User Answers calculista
Answer:
Option B [tex]\frac{Kg*m^2}{s^2}[/tex]
Stepbystep explanation:
we know that
The formula to calculate the work is equal to
[tex]W=Fd[/tex]
where
W represents work
F represents force
d represents distance
The units are
[tex]F=(\frac{Kg*m}{s^2})[/tex] > Newtons
[tex]d=m[/tex] > meters
substitute the units in the formula
Remember that when multiply exponents with the same base, adds the exponents and maintain the same base
[tex](m)(m)=m^{1+1}=m^2[/tex]
so
[tex]W=(\frac{Kg*m}{s^2})(m)=(\frac{Kg*m^2}{s^2})[/tex]

2. User Answers eloiseherrera619
Answer:
B
Stepbystep explanation: