Work is done when an object moves in the same direction, while the force is applied and also remains constant. Refer the below work physics problems with solutions and learn how to calculate force, work and distance.

Let us consider the work example problem: A train covers a distance of 15 km and that the force is causing it to accelerate at a rate of 0.7 m/s^{2}. Calculate the work done?

We can calculate force, work and distance using the given formula.

**Substituting the values in the above given formula,**

Work = 15 x 0.7 = 10.5 J

Therefore, the value of ** Work is 10.5 J**.

Refer the below work physics problem with solution for a boy who uses a force of 30 Newtons to lift his grocery bag while doing 60 Joules of work. How far did he lift the grocery bags?

**Substituting the values in the above given formula,**

Distance = 60 / 30 = 2 m

Therefore, the value of ** Distance is 2 m**.

Refer the below work sample problem with answer for the baseball player who does 1234 Joules of work when hitting a baseball into field. The baseball reached 100 meters away. Calculate the force used to hit the ball?

**Substituting the values in the above given formula,**

Force = 1234 / 100 = 12.34 N

Therefore, the value of ** Force is 12.34 N**.