Originally Posted by JazzRoc
That's from its definition.
You've missed out the essential point: PER UNIT OF MASS
Work Done = Force x MASS x Distance
W1 = F*M*D
W2 = 2*F*M*D
Therefore the work done in the second case is twice as much.
You'd best set yourself to re-evaluating where you stand.
In my physics book, and yes I do actually own one which I have read again and again in the relevant sections, work is always quoted as equal to force multiplied by distance.
W.D. = F x d
I have never heard of this equation W.D. = F x m x d and believe you have just made it up in a vain effort to win the argument.
Nice try but no.......
I suggest you read a physics book yourself carefully.
And yes you do score a FAIL