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DaDoctor

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How much work is done by the force?

**W= F * Δs * Cosθ**

**W= (152N) * (13m) * Cos(33°)**

W=1976 * Cos(33°)

W=1657.2

W=1976 * Cos(33°)

W=1657.2

So I'm fairly confident I got this right since the answer is 1660J my question is Why would I have to round it up to 1660 to get it to Joules? I'm not really looking for help on the answer just an explanation as to WHY? Any help would be appreciated!