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physics in getting out of bed in the morning



As you may know, getting out of bed in the morning is a lot of work, especially if you're not a morning person. How much work you ask? Well lets calculate it. The equation for work is W=Fd. So if you calculate your weight and multiply that by gravity, 9.81m/s^2, you'll get your force in newtons. After that, you need to find out your distance/displacement. You could measure the distance from your bed to next to your bed or from your bed to the point that you first go when you wake up in the morning. Upon doing so, you will be able to find the approximate work it takes for you to get out of bed in the morning.


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