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 KD3203 二星級會員 帖子245 積分364 註冊時間2017-1-1 Work Done (A Math1014 parody，原曲：Blanche- City Lights) #1 發表於 2021-9-13 03:56 PM  只看該作者 繁 簡 [按此打開] [隱藏] 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 .postmorevideochannel { margin-top: 10px; display: block; width: 160px; height: 30px; background: url('/images/video_channel_more.png?v=20160829b') no-repeat; font-size: 0; } .postmorevideochannel:hover, .postmorevideochannel:focus { background-position: 0 -30px; } @media (-webkit-min-device-pixel-ratio: 2), (min-resolution: 192dpi) { .postmorevideochannel { background: url('/images/video_channel_more_2x.png?v=20160829b') no-repeat; background-size: 100% auto; } }