how much power does it take to lift 30.0 N 10.0 m high in 5.00 s?
Answer: P = 60 W
Explanation: Power is the ratio of energy per unit time. Energy can also be substituted by work.
P = W / t
= 30 N ( 10 m) / 5.00 s
= 60 W
Power = work/time = (Force times distance)/time
= (30N *10.0m)/5.00s = 300/5 = 60 Watts
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