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a watt is equal to the amount of work that is accomplished when a force of one newton moves an obect a distance of one meter? true or false
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User: a watt is equal to the amount of work that is accomplished when a force of one newton moves an obect a distance of one meter? true or false

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User: in a second-class lever, the fulcrum is located at the opposite end of the resistance? true or false

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In a second-class lever, the fulcrum is located at the opposite end of the resistance.FALSE.
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