## Work to Force Calculator:

Enter the values of work, W_{(J)} and distance, d_{(m) } to determine the value of the force, F_{(N)}.

**Work to Force Formula:**

The work to force calculator is designed to find the magnitude of the force applied over a certain distance when work is done.

The force, F_{(N)} in Newton is equated by dividing the work, W_{(J)} in joules by distance, d_{(m)} in metres.

The force, F_{(N)} = W_{(J)} / d_{(m) }

F_{(N)} = force in Newton, N.

W_{(J)} = work in joules, J.

d_{(m) } = distance in metres, m.

__Work to Force Calculation:__

- If a work of 150 joules is done to push a box across a floor for a distance of 5 metres, find the force exerted.

Given: W_{(J)} = 150J, d_{(m) } = 5m.

The force, F_{(N)} = W_{(J)} / d_{(m) }

F_{(N)} = 150 / 5

F_{(N)} = 30N.

- The example of finding the distance when you know the work done and the force applied. Suppose 300 joules of work is done while applying a constant force of 50 newtons. We want to find the distance over which the force is applied.

Given: W_{(J)} = 300J, F_{(N)} = 50N.

The force, F_{(N)} = W_{(J)} / d_{(m) }

d_{(m) } = W_{(J)} / F_{(N)}

d_{(m) } = 300 / 50

d_{(m) } = 6m.