The figure from below shows a force acting on block as it is pulled upwards in a curve from point $A$ to $B$. It is known that the block is pulled by a force which its modulus is $100\,N$. Find the work (in Joules) of such force between the points indicated. Consider that the angle given is with respect of the vertical with the floor.

The alternatives given in my book are:

$\begin{array}{ll}

1.&143\,J\\

2.&312\,J\\

3.&222\,J\\

4.&98\,J\\

5.&111\,J\\

\end{array}$

I attempted to decompose the force given as such:

$F\cos 37^{\circ} \times d = W$

But the result doesn't seem to yield an adequate result:

$W= 100\times \cos 37^{\circ} \times 2.1= 100 \times \frac{4}{5}\times 2.1=168$

Assuming the gravity does negative work?

$W= - 100 \times \sin 37^{\circ}= - 100 \times \frac{3}{5}\times 1.2= -72$

Anyways the sum doesn't yield the result which supposedly is option $5$. Can somebody help me here? :help: