Is the amount of work depending on the mass?
The Attempt at a Solution
because if you have a higher mass, it takes longer to make a certain object move over a certain distance, but it doesn't matter because time isn't measured. For example move a 4kg block over 3 meters with 6 newton or move a 20 kg block over 3 meters with 6 newtons, the work remains the same (3*6=18J).
But when the mass is increased, in the formula F=m*a, the force is increased. So the work in the situation above should be increased? thereby making the work (20/4=5) 5 times bigger. What am i doing wrong?