I'm doing problems where I have f(t) (force as a function of time) graphs and f(x) (force as function of distance) graphs.(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

I am just having one problem, how do I find work for a force as a function of time graph?

Im not sure how work relates at all to force as a function of time. I know that the area under the graph of F(x) curve is work, but in the case of F(t), I have no clue how I would solve it.

Oh, also, I have no F(t) = whatever, I merely have a graph and am doing graphical analysis.

Any help in how to solve for work from an F(t) graph would be much appreciated.

-TwiztidMxcn

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# Homework Help: Work, Impulse and F(t)

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