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Homework Help: physics

Posted by jessi on Sunday, March 22, 2009 at 11:16pm.

Water falls without splashing at a rate of 0.220 L/s from a height of 2.20 m into a 0.720 kg bucket on a scale. If the bucket is originally empty, what does the scale read 3.20 s after water starts to accumulate in it?

The answer is supposed to be in Newtons but I don't see how that would work. I know that with water one L is about one kg, so that's no problem converting. Does gravity factor in somehow because it's up at that height?

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