Q: What quantity is equal to work over time?

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Work and time are two different things and nothing is equal to work AND time.

vector, power= work/time and work= force * distance, force is vector.

Yes it does. Good work !

Multiply the quantity by .2 or divide the quantity by 5. Either method will yield 1/5 of that quantity.

At each end, (the force) x (the distance) defines the quantity of work, or energy. They're known to be equal because of the law of conservation of energy.

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Power = work/time So time = power/work and work = power x time.

Power = (quantity of work done) divided by (time to do it)

No, work is equal to force times distance. Power is equal to force times distance over time.

Work and time are two different things and nothing is equal to work AND time.

Work is a scalar quantity.

vector, power= work/time and work= force * distance, force is vector.

Yes it is. Good work!

Well, some physical devices don't work at all.

Work done is the amount of energy transferred by a force acting through a distance. It is a scalar quantity.

Work is a scalar.

If you mean the measurement of work, then that is joules.

by dividing the quantity of heat of a substance by the mass of that substance