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No. In this case, work is not done. When we push a wall, the wall does not move, right? That is why work is not done. We are exerting a force on the wall, but it does not get dispaced and thus, work is not done here. The object should be displaced in order for work to be done, as it is one of the conditions required for work to be done. But in this case, as the wall does not move, the work done is 0 (zero). ❤️Happy To Help❤️
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No...bcz when we push wall then there is no any displacement occurs...it means in physics we only say the work is done when we apply force on any body and the displaces 1 m ...so there is no work done
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