This is the equation for "work."
W = F * d Work equals Force times distance
It depends on the rest of the equation and the form it takes.
There are 2 unknowns
The definition of work is (force) times (distance). If you mean you're given the equation and you need to solve it for 'work', then you only need to multiply both sides of the equation by 'time', and you'll have (power) x (time) = (work)
W= FxD is a balanced equation because Work is Force times distance.
The formula for finding work is: Work = force X distance. To find distance, you must divide both sides by force. After simplifying the equation, the new equation will read: distance = work divided by force
Verticaly, it's Work=Height.Mass so it's Joules=Meters.Newtons but on an inclined plan, without any frictions, it's Work=TractionForce.Distance (in meters)
3-(-9) Considering a negative plus a negative equals a positive your equation can be rewritten as 3+9 Which equals 12
Work is basically a type of energy. Power is equal to energy / time; therefore, energy (or work) = power x time.
work =force x distance or The force must be in the same direction as movement
If: x = 2/3 and x = 5/7 Then: (3x-2)(7x-5) = 0 Equation: 21x2-29x+10 = 0