Work occurs when _________.
Force is used to move something over a distance.
Force is applied.
Force is applied in a certain direction.
Force is unable to overcome resistance.
Detailed Explanation
Work occurs when force is used to move something, overcoming resistance, over a certain distance. Work results in movement, otherwise, it is just force. Work is calculated by multiplying force by distance. The formula is W=Fd. Work is measured in joules, force is measured in newtons, and distance is measured in meters.
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