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Work= Force x Distance
Work occurs when... a force is applied to an object and the object is moved over a distance in the same direction in which the force is applied.
Energy and Work is measured in ______ joules(J).
One joule is equal to the force of... one Newton applied over a distance of one meter.
Power is measured in______ watts.
A ramp can make work easier by... increasing the distance over which force is applied.
Humans have created ___________ to make work easier. Machines.
An example of a simple machine is... inclined planes, wedges, screws, levers, pulleys, or wheels and axels.
The degree to which a machine makes work easier is called its________ mechanical advantage.
A mechanical advantage is equal to... the machine's output force divided by the amount of force applied to the machine.
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