# How much work is done if an object is pushed a distance of 500 meters with a force of 30 newtons?

15,000J of work done.

Where: W: Work Done in Joules (J) F : Force in Newtons (N) s : Distance moved in the direction of the force in meters (m)

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To calculate the work done when an object is pushed with a force over a distance, you can use the formula:

[ \text{Work} = \text{Force} \times \text{Distance} ]

Given that the force applied is ( 30 , \text{Newtons} ) and the distance pushed is ( 500 , \text{meters} ), plug these values into the formula:

[ \text{Work} = 30 , \text{N} \times 500 , \text{m} ]

[ \text{Work} = 15000 , \text{Joules} ]

Therefore, the work done when pushing the object a distance of ( 500 , \text{meters} ) with a force of ( 30 , \text{Newtons} ) is ( 15000 , \text{Joules} ).

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