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How can we calculate the work done by a tension force a solid at time t ?

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We'll need some more help on "a solid at time t".   The work done by any force is simply the amount of force x the distance over which that force is applied (in the same direction as that force). 
ianmoth
21 November 2015
Hi,is that the full question because it feels like there must be more information (Eg: values) given. But generally, depending on the scenario:    Work done = Force (on object) x distance (travelled in the direction of force)
Zain S.
30 November 2015
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