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1,000 N

apex=500 N

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Q: You expend 1000 W of power in moving a piano 10 meters in 5 seconds How much force do you exert?
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D'Andre expends 120 W of power in moving a couch 15 meters in 5 seconds How much force does he exert?

40 N


Felix expends 100 W of power to climb 10 meters in 20 seconds How much force does he exert?

his force is clearly 200N


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What if your exert 800 N of force in moving a piano 10 meters in 5 seconds how much power do you expend?

Work = (800 newtons) x (10 meters) = 8,000 newton-meters = 8,000 joulesPower = (work) / (time) = (8,000) / (5) = 1,600 watts


D'Andre expends 120 W of power in moving a couch 15 meters in 5 seconds How much force does he exert?

40 N


How many watts of power do you expend when you exert a force of 1 N that moves a book 2 m in a time interval of 1 s?

You would expend 2 watts of power when you exert a force of 1N that moves a book 2m in a time interval of 1s.


Felix expends 100 W of power to climb 10 meters in 20 seconds How much force does he exert?

his force is clearly 200N


Fluids exert pressure because they are made up of tiny?

a. moving molecules that exert forces.


How many watts of power do you expend when you exert a force o 1 N that moves a book 2 meters in a time interval of one second?

You would expend 2 watts of power when exerting a force of 1 N to move a book 2 meters in one second. This can be calculated using the formula for power, which is Power = Work / Time. Given that Work = Force x Distance, the power expended would be 1 N * 2 m / 1 s = 2 watts.


D Andre expends 120 W of power in moving a couch 15 meters in 5 seconds how much force does he exert?

Power=120W=work/time=Force*distance/time. so' 120=F*15/5, or 120*5=F*15 , so, F=600/15=40N


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Weight. Also, the moving air around the plane causes friction