1.The problem statement, all variables and given/known data A child pulls a wagon with a constant force of 30 N. How much work is done in moving the wagon 100 m if the handle makes an angle of 30* with the ground? 2. Relevant equations Brown = Vector W=fd a2+b2=c2 cosθ= Adjacent/Hypotenuse sinθ= Opposite/Hypotenuse tanθ= Opposite/Adjacent 3. The attempt at a solution I calculated the force on the x-axis of the triangle since the 100m distance also lies on the x axis. cos60*=x/30 x=15 I got an answer of 15N for the magnitude of the force and sub this into the work formula along with the 100m distance. W=fd W= (15)(100) W= 1500J Geometry and Discrete Mathematics 12 states the answer to be approximately 2600J. The question is #21 on page 58 of the book. What is the correct approach to solve this problem?