Answer to Question #37246 in Mechanics | Relativity for alzahra
A 13.7-kg box is being pushed from the bottom to the top of a frictionless ramp. When the box is pushed at a constant velocity, the nonconservative pushing force does 58.0 J of work. How much work is done by the pushing force when the box starts from rest at the bottom and reaches the top of the same ramp with a speed of 1.50 m/s?
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