**Answer:**

**Pushing a box with 100 newtons of force for 15 meters does more work.**

**Explanation:**

Given,

The force for pushing a box for 5 meters, f = 200 N

The force for pushing a box for 15 meters, f = 100 N

The work done on a box is equal to the product of the magnitude of the force 'F' applied and the magnitude of displacement 'S' caused on the box.

The formula for work is

**W = F · S joules**

Substituting the above equation for f

W = 200 N x 5 m

= 1000 J

Substituting the for F

W = 100 N x 15 m

= 1500 J

**Hence, from the above results pushing a box with 100 newtons of force for 15 meters does more work.**

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