1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data Find the work done when a force of 65 N acting at an angle of 170° from the x-axis is applied to an object that moves through a displacement of 2.2 m at an angle of 30°. 2. Relevant equations W = Fcos[tex]\Theta[/tex]d where d is the distance moved in the direction of the force. 3. The attempt at a solution I know I am slipping on my distance. The distance the object is traveling in the direction of the force is 2.2 m multiplied by the difference in the angles W = ( 65 N ) * cos( 170° ) * ( 2.2 m ) * cos( 150° ) Obviously this is wrong, I don't understand how to find the distance part of the equation.