Answer to Question #72313 in Mechanics | Relativity for surendra thapa magar
The work done against gravitational force is zero. since no
displacement along the gravitational force direction. But it will be
done a work along the direction of velocity. Since he is going against
frictional force, and moving a distance.
most of the books it is written as the work done is zero, as it is
calculated against only the gravitational force. But in actual
practice, there will be a work done against frictional force.
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