Hello, I need some help on a two part question. Thanks in advance! Consider a uniform force, similar to the gravitation force but pointing at an angle µ to the vertical direction, F = ma sin µ ¡ ma cos µ j (i and j represent vector notation...) 1) What is the minimum work required to move a point mass with mass equal to m from the origin (0,0) to a point P (x,y)? (answer in vector notation in terms of µ) 2) in what direction r (also a vector) is the potential energy constant? Thanks so much for all your help! EDIT: I forgot to post my current work. Ive tried to mess with changing the axis so I can treat the force like gravity. I know that the force is conservative, so the work required to move the mass from point A to point B is the same no matter what path is taken. I'm just really having trouble getting an answer in terms of the angle in vector notation... As for part 2, I would guess it would be in the direction oposite of the uniform force being applied, but when i submitted what i got for that answer, it came back as wrong.