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Work is done when the application of a force results in movement.
Work can be done even if there is no movement.
The equation for work done is W=F×d, where F is the force and d is the distance moved.
One joule of work is done when a force of one newton moves an object one meter.
Work is equal to the amount of energy transferred.
In the formula W=F×d, d stands for the distance moved perpendicular to the force.
A cyclist does more work when pedaling faster on a flat road compared to a slower speed over the same distance.
The unit of work is the newton.
When a person pushes against a stationary wall and does not move it, no work is done on the wall.
Power is defined as the rate at which work is done or energy is transferred.
The formula for power is P=tW, where W is work done and t is time taken.
One watt of power is equal to one joule of work done per second.
A powerful engine can do less work than a less-powerful engine if given more time.
The power of a machine is measured in joules.
If a student runs up a flight of stairs more quickly, they have more power output compared to walking up slowly.