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## a 7.00 N weight is raised from the ground to 1.80 m above the ground. how much work is done on the weight

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Answer:Ww (Work of weight) = 12.6J

Explanation:Work of weight is always equal to the mass times gravitational acceleration (g) times mass which is m*g*h but, m*g is the Weight of an object right? So now you have W*h = 7.00N * 1.80m = 12.6 Joules.