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Problem 37 Easy Difficulty

Find the work done by a force $\mathbf{F}=8 \mathbf{i}-6 \mathbf{j}+9 \mathbf{k}$ that
moves an object from the point $(0,10,8)$ to the point
$(6,12,20)$ along a straight line. The distance is measured in
meters and the force in newtons.

Answer

$W=144 J$

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