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Hala Mohamed El Semary 20060362 29/03/2011
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(a) Work is an activity in which one exerts physical and mental effort to accomplish a given task or perform a duty, we could also define work physically as The displacement (distance) that an object moves in a certain direction multiplied by the force acting on the object in the same direction (b) Basic motion elements are the actuations of the limbs and other body parts Ex: i. Reaching for an object ii. Grasping the object iii. Moving the object iv. Walking v. Eye movement (c) A work element is a series of work activities that are logically grouped together because they have a unified function in the task Ex: assembling a component to a base part using several nuts and bolts (d) Time is important in work because only with time we can define the minutes or hours required to perform a given task, also the workers is paid by the amount of time he works thus defining Hourly wage rate and Salary, the worker also must arrive on time, and there is also the computation of labor and staffing requirements in units of time, due to all of
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This note was uploaded on 04/18/2011 for the course MANUFACUTR 503 taught by Professor Araby during the Spring '11 term at American University in Cairo.

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