Q: How much force is required to squeeze a lemon?

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Party poppers are normally popped with a force applied by a finger. The force required is maybe 10 Newtons.

Guestimate - 2 kg force?

Work = (Force) x (Distance) = 60 x 5= 300 Newton Meters = 300 Joules

1 volt is.

Assuming a perfect machine (doesn't have any internal resistance), an EMF of 45*35 = 1575 volts is required. Actual EMF required by the machine will include the voltage drop internal to the machine, so 1575V constitutes a minimum necessary value.

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about 3 tablespoons from a freshly squeezed man... wait...

Party poppers are normally popped with a force applied by a finger. The force required is maybe 10 Newtons.

The height is irrelevant. The energy required depends on the height; the force does not. The weight of an object, and therefore the force required to lift it, is mass x gravity - about 500 Newtons.The height is irrelevant. The energy required depends on the height; the force does not. The weight of an object, and therefore the force required to lift it, is mass x gravity - about 500 Newtons.The height is irrelevant. The energy required depends on the height; the force does not. The weight of an object, and therefore the force required to lift it, is mass x gravity - about 500 Newtons.The height is irrelevant. The energy required depends on the height; the force does not. The weight of an object, and therefore the force required to lift it, is mass x gravity - about 500 Newtons.