# If we increase the distance traveled when doing work, and keep all other factors the same, what will

If we increase the distance traveled when doing work, and keep all other factors the same, what will happen?
a) the amount of force will go down
b) the amount of force will increase.
c) the amount of work will decrease
d) the amount of work will increase

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1. Arealbot says:

The amount of work will go down because the distance will decrease.

Explanation:

😀 i did test O-0

2. zitterkoph says:

The amount of work done will increase
because work done = distance* force

3. Bloom247 says:

d. The amount of work will increase.

Explanation:

If the distance traveled is increased and other factors are kept constant, then the amount of work done will increase.

For is a product of force and distance.

Work done = Force x distance

This shows that force and distance are directly related to work done. A change in any of the two product will change the value of work done. The unit of work done is Joules

Work done

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4. momo1039 says:

D.increase the amount of work

5. pupucitomarron says:

I think the amount of force will decrease and the amount of work will increase

6. alexamorantess says:

D. The amount of work will increase.

Explanation:

I did the test and got it.

7. sofia467735 says:

option (d)

Explanation:

Work done is defined as the product of force applied and the displacement.

If the distance traveled is more and force remains constant it means the work will increase.

8. taniyahreggienae says:

W = Fdsintheta

W directly proportional to d

So any increase in d will gwt a proportio al increase in W

9. lejeanjamespete1 says:

Work is the amount energy transferred by a force through a distance traveled. It is calculated as the product of force applied and the distance traveled. So, we see there is a direct variation between work and distance. Therefore, increasing the distance will result to an increase in the amount of work.

10. aly2008 says:

D

Explanation:

A -amount of work

F-force

s-distance

If you keep same Force(F) and increase distance(s), amount of work will increase, according to:

A=F*s