A man pushes a wall and fails to displace it. He does

Options :
  1. negative work
  2. positive but not maximum work
  3. no work at all
  4. maximum work
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Answer: Option 3

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By: Anushka On: Jan/20/2016

The work done will be zero . REASON : work = force*displacement . Since the displacement of the wall is zero , w=f*0 = 0 . Hope it helped

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