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a weightlifter raises a 70 kg barbell from the floor to a height of 2.2m in 1.2s. What was his average power output during the lift?

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    Power=work/time
    Work=force*distance
    w=(9.81m/s*70kg)*2.2m
    w=1510.74 Newton

    P=1510.74N/1.2s
    P=1259.95 watts or 1.26 Kilowatts

  • physical science - ,

    the unit for work should be Joule,nut newton..

  • physical science - ,

    the unit for work should be Joule,not newton..

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