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2015-12-02T09:49:23+05:30
This, I understand. My problem is that I don't understand that if the angle θ is 90 degrees how can the work done by F⃗  on the object is zero. For example; say you have a particle and the direction of the displacement is directly to the right, and you also have a force vector acting on the particle that is straight up(like the normal force on a box that is standing on a flat surface). How is it possible that the force vector is not doing any work? Must the particle not take a different route because of the force vector acting upward on the particle, like if you add the vectors together
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