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## FSC Part 1 Physics Chapter 4 Work and Energy Solved Exercise Numericals Notes PDF

### A man pushes a lawn mower with a 40N force directed at angle of 20^{0 }downward from the horizontal. Find the work done by the man as he cuts a strip of grass 20m long.

Solution:

Data;

Force exerted = F = 40N

length of strip of grass = 20m

Angle = q = 20^{0}to find:

work = W =?

Calculation:

we know that

W =F.d

= Fd cosq

= 40(20) cos20^{0}

W = 800 x 0.93

**W = 7.51 x 10 ^{2}J**

### A car of mass 800kg travelling at 54kmh-1 was brought to rest in 60 meters. Find the average retarding force on the car. What has happened to the original kinetic energy?

Solution:

Data;

mass of the car = m = 800 kg

initial velocity = v_{i }= 54kmh^{-1} = v_{i} = 54 x 1000/ 60 x60

initial velocity = v_{i }= 15ms^{-1}

final velocity = v_{f }= 0

distance covered by car = d = 60

To find:

average retarding force = F = ?

What happened to the original kinetic energy =?

Calculation;

according to the work energy principle

Fd = 1/2mv_{f}^{2 }– 1/2mv_{i}^{2} Fx60 = 1/2x800x(0)^{2}– ½(800)(15)

F = 0- 400 x 225/60

**F = -1500N**

### A 1000kg automobile at the top of an incline 10 meter high and 100m long is released and rolls down the hill. What is its speed at the bottom of the incline of the average retarding force due to friction is 480N?

Solution:

Data;

mass of automobile = m = 1000kg

f = 480N

length = l = 100m

to find :

final velocity = v = ?

calculation;

we know that

K.E =1/2 mv^{2}

P.E = mgh

according to the law of conversion of energy

loss of P.E = work done against friction = gain in K.E

so we write

mgh = f x l = 1/2mv^{2} substituting the value we have

1000 x 9.8 x 10 – 480 x 100 = 1/2 x 1000 x v^{2}

98000 – 48000 = 500v^{2}100 =v^{2}**v = 10 ms ^{-1}**

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