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# Work from force How much work is required to move an

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## Solution for problem 17E Chapter 6.6

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Problem 17E

Work from force How much work is required to move an object from x = 1 to x = 5 (measured in meters) in the presence of a constant force of 5 N acting along the x-axis?

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