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Debadrita Sengupta Grade:
        

Is it possible that a body is in accelerated motion under force acting on the body, yet no work is being done by the force? can you give an example with breif explanation.

6 years ago

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Chetan Mandayam Nayakar
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if the force is perpendicular to the instantaneous velocity, no work is done because dW=F·dr=F·vdt, best example is uniform circular motion, another example is magnetic field

6 years ago
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