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With work done we can find the E
Trans to object with applied force
Defined by force times the distance
Abs work F, in(tegrate) from A to B


When you get a spring, find k, which is spring constant
Add an x dx, use extension and zero limits then you integrate


With work done we can find the E
Trans to object with applied force
Defined by force times the distance
Abs work F, in(tegrate) from A to B


When you lift things up, add up weights together
Take in height limits, then integrate according to how the question says


With work done we can find the E
Trans to object with applied force
Defined by force times the distance
Abs work F, in(tegrate) from A to B


For water container problems
Find cross section, times density
Times g and integrate with what's given


With work done we can find the E
Trans to object with applied force
Defined by force times the distance
Abs work F, in(tegrate) from A to B


With work done we can find the E
Trans to object with applied force
Defined by force times the distance
Abs work F, in(tegrate) from A to B


Abs F integrate from A to B



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