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# What is the math formula used to calculate work?

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### If the formula to calculate work is distance divided by time how do you apply the formula?

You would have a very tough time, because that isn't the formula to calculate work. (distance) divided by (time) is the formula to calculate speed. The formula to calculate work is: (force) multiplied by (distance).

### How is math used in veterinary work?

Having to calculate amounts of drugs and liquid. Ratios for the drugs. etc.

### The formula work and time is used to calculate what?

Power = Work/Time Time = Work/Power Work = Power * Time See related links for a power calculator. Insert work and time to calculate power.

### What is the formula to calculate percent efficiency?

(work out/work in) x 100

### Formula to calculate work output?

Work Output=Resistance X Distance

### What is the most commonly used formula used to calculate mass?

mass = volume x density mass = force / acceleration mass = work / (acceleration x distance)

### What formula do you use to calculate the amount of work?

Work is computed by figuring how much energy is being used.

### What formula can be used to calculate work if the force acts at an angle to the displacement?

Work = (Force) x (Distance the object moves) x (cosine of the angle between force and motion)

### When is math used?

math is used when you are trying to brake a problem down or trying to work something out

### What is a key in math?

In math you need to be very smart,and work hard. Now if you think your to smart how would you calculate the surface area of a cone?

### What is the formula you use to calculate work?

i don't know so ha ha

### How do you calculate BASIC math quickly?

use your brain. and if that doesnt work, theres this thing called a calculator (: