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The longest shish kebab ever made was 881.0 m long. Suppose the meat and vegetables need to be delivered in a cart from one end of this shish kebab’s skewer to the other end. A cook pulls the cart by applying a force of 40.00 N at an angle of 45.00° above the horizontal. If the force of friction acting on the cart is 28.00 N, what is the net work done on the cart and its contents during the delivery?

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3. The attempt at a solution

Would i use the formula: Wnet = Fnet(d)(Cos)? If so, then what do i look for?!

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# Homework Help: What's the net work done?

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