Okay, so I'm a biology major who has already finished life-sciences physics, but I'm reviewing the material right now for the MCAT and the one subject that has got me a little confused is work. The texts I have available to me are essentially giving me equations and telling me to memorize them, but I find it much more useful to be able to understand the equations and what they mean so I can derive other equations from them.(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

Anyway, does anybody have a link available to them that will help explain the basic work equations?

Thanks!

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