Give five examples of zero work.

Answer:

Zero work is defined when force and displacement are perpendicular to one another and when force or displacement is zero.

Example:

  • The force acts in a downward direction,
  • When we hold an object and walk,
  • When displacement operates in the forward direction.
  • If you push a wall, it doesn’t move there’s no work done.
  • Sleeping for several hours is also an instance of not doing work.

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