1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data A large box of mass 50kg rests on a horizontal floor. A man moves the box by pushing it with a horizontal force of 200N. The box moves at a constant speed of 0.25m/s. a) Calculate the work done on the box each second by the man. b) State the rate at which work is done on the box, i.e the power. c) State the value of the force of friction between the floor and the box. 2. Relevant equations Work done = Force x Direction Power = Work done / Time taken/ 3. The attempt at a solution a) Work Done = 200 x 0.25 = 50J b) Power = Work Done / Time Taken = 50J / 1 = 50W c) * i need help here. Heres my attempted solution * Since the box moves at a constant speed, acceleration = 0 , WHY is resultant force ZERO then ? can someone help me with the thinking process ?? Thanks in advance.