# Define 1 Joule Of Work

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Define 1 Joule Of Work
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answered Dec 7, 2015 by Basic (38 points)

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Work is equal to force times displacement.and work is measured in Joule.So when 1N force causes 1m displacement then it is 1 Joule.
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answered Apr 3, 2016 by Expert (2,810 points)

The SI derived unit used to measure energy or workOne joule is equal to the energy used to accelerate a body with a mass of one kilogram using one newton of force over a distance of one meter. One joule is also equivalent to one watt-second. Joule, James Prescott 1818-1889.

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answered Dec 8, 2015 by Basic (57 points)
1 Joule is the amount of work done on an object when a force of 1 N displaces it by 1m along the line of action of the force.
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answered Jan 3, 2016 by Basic (25 points)
The SI derived unit used to measure energy or work. One joule is equal to the energy used to accelerate a body with a mass of
one kilogram using one newton of force over a distance of one meter. One joule is also equivalent to one watt-second. Joule, James Prescott 1818-1889.
commented Jan 3, 2016 by Expert (1,777 points)

The SI derived unit used to measure energy or work. One joule is equal to the energy used to accelerate a body with a mass of one kilogram using one newton of force over a distance of one meter. One joule is also equivalent to one watt-second. Joule

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answered Dec 8, 2015 by Basic (88 points)

The SI derived unit used to measure energy or workOne joule is equal to the energy used to accelerate a body with a mass of one kilogram using one newton of force over a distance of one meter. One joule is also equivalent to one watt-second. Joule, James Prescott 1818-1889.

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answered Mar 31, 2016 by Expert (2,197 points)

A unit of energy equal to the work done when a force of one newton acts through a distance of one meter.

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answered Dec 8, 2015 by Pro (122 points)
I joule is the SI unit of both work and energy.
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answered Jul 24, 2016 by Expert (3,363 points)
One joule is  the amount of work done on an object when a force of 1 newton displaces it by 1 meter along the line of action of force.
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answered Apr 3, 2016 by Premium (430 points)

The SI derived unit used to measure energy or workOne joule is equal to the energy used to accelerate a body with a mass of one kilogram usingone newton of force over a distance of one meter. One joule is also equivalent to one watt-second

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answered Mar 31, 2016 by Expert (2,197 points)

the International System unit of electrical, mechanical, and thermal energy.T

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