When does a force do work
Asked by Manjokumargupta8084 | 31st Jul, 2018, 04:42: PM
Work is said to be done when force is applied on a body which results in it's displacement.
However, if a force is applied perpendicularly on a body, it may not move.
Therefore, it can be said that a force will not do a work when it is applied perpendicularly and if it is applied along the direction of displacement, the force will result into work.
Answered by Abhijeet Mishra | 1st Aug, 2018, 12:32: PM
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