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# Total Work Calculator

Write the values in the given boxes to get the total work in physics using the total work calculator

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## Total work done Calculator

Total work done calculator is used to calculate the total **amount of work done**. It takes the values of mass, initial, and final velocities and gives the total work in a fraction of a second.

## What is total work?

The change in a particle's kinetic energy equals the work **W **that the resulting force has on it. If **v _{i} **and

**v**represent. The initial and final velocities correspond to the start and stop of the interval.

_{f}**W _{T} = ½ (mv_{f}^{2}-mv_{i}^{2})**

## How to calculate total work?

In this section with the help of examples, the tool will be explained.

**Example 1**

Find the total work done if the initial velocity of an object is **6 m/s**, the final velocity is **10 m/s**, and the mass is **2 kg**.

**Solution**

**Step 1:** Write the given values.

m = 2 kg

v_{i} = 6 ms^{-1}

v_{f} = 10 ms^{-1}

**Step 2: **Take the formula and substitute the values in it.

`W`

_{T} = ½ (mv_{f}^{2}-mv_{i}^{2})

W_{T} = 1/2(2×10^{2} − 2×6^{2})

W_{T} = 1/2(200− 72)

W_{T} = 1/2(128)

`W`

_{T} = 64 J

**Example 2**

Calculate the total work done, if the initial velocity of an object is **5 m/s**, the final velocity is **7 m/s**, and the mass is **4 kg**.

**Solution**

**Step 1:** Write the given values.

m = 4 kg

v_{i} = 5 ms^{-1}

v_{f} = 7 ms^{-1}

**Step 2: **Take the formula and substitute the values in it.

`W`

_{T} = ½ (mv_{f}^{2}-mv_{i}^{2})

W_{T} = 1/2(4×7^{2} − 4×5^{2})

W_{T} = ½*4*(49-25)

W_{T} = 2(24)

`W`

_{T} = 48 J