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The mass of a physics textbook is $3.40 \mathrm{~kg}$. You pick the book up off a table and lift it $0.470 \mathrm{~m}$ at a constant speed of $0.270 \mathrm{~m} / \mathrm{s}$. a) What is the work done by gravity on the book?

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1 of 4Given the following data

$\begin{aligned} m&=3.40\ \mathrm{kg}\\ h&=0.470\ \mathrm{m}\\ v&=0.270\ \mathrm{\dfrac{m}{s}}\\ \end{aligned}$

our goal is to calculate the the work $W$ done by the force of gravity,

$W=\vec{F}_g\cdot\vec{h}$

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