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**W _{T} = 1/2mv^{2} _{final} − 1/2mv^{2} _{initial}**

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m = Mass,

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Work refers to the amount of energy that is being transferred by applying force to complete a task or work given. The total work depends upon the mass, the initial velocity and the final velocity of force. Here the force is exerted or effort directed to produce or accomplish something. Total Work is denoted by the symbol "W_{T}".

The advanced online Total Work Calculator to calculate and find the total work done by applying the formula and putting the respective values in the boxes.

**Example:**

Calculate the Total work for the given details.

Mass (m): 25 kg

Initial Velocity (v_{i}) :15 m/s

Final Velocity (v_{f}) : 30 m/s

**Solution:**

**Apply Formula:**

W_{T} = 1/2mv^{2} − 1/2mv^{2}

**Total Work (WT) = 8437.5 J**