when the force is acted normally to the body then the workdone will be __________
Asked by diahant.taunk10 | 24th Nov, 2021, 08:46: AM
Workdone = Force × displacement
If displacement is zero , then workdone is zero.
For example , if a body of mass m moving on inclined surface and if there is no displacement
in direction normal to surface, then workdone by normal force is zero
Answered by Thiyagarajan K | 24th Nov, 2021, 10:02: AM
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