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Posted by david on Tuesday, August 2, 2011 at 10:00pm.

Damon, thanks for your answer. Consider that the 20lb object is being pulled behind a bid rig truck traveling at 90mph, can it then be calculated as to what amount of horsepower, is being provided to move (in our case) a 20lb object, traveling at 90mph. If yes,what amount of horsepower is being provided?
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