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Object one pushes on object 2 as the objects move together, like a bulldozer pushing a stone. Assume object 1 does 15 J of work on object 2. Does Object 2 do work of object 1? If possible determine how much work?

2. Relevant equations

3. The attempt at a solution

I was thinking it would do work on object 1, could someone just point me in the right direction on how to start this. I'm not real sure where to begin. I was thinking it might be negative work that the 2nd object does on number 1.?????

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# Homework Help: Work on an object

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