Posted by **Jenn** on Wednesday, February 6, 2013 at 7:38pm.

trying to lift an 8-N load that is attached to a fixed 2 pulley system. Hands move a distance of 1.6m while the load moves 0.8m, what is the force required to lift the load?

I am thinking the the answer is

1.6 divided by 0.8 am i on the right track? what is the formula for this please?

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