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If an engine must do 500 joules of work to pull a 100 N load up to a height of 4 meters, What is the efficiency of the engine?

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    eff=workout/workin = 4*100/500 * 100=80percent

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    The force of gravtitation between two objects is 500 Newtons. What would the force of gravitation be if the distance between these to objects increased by 10 times?

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    10kg*9.81m/s^2=98.1N*4m=392.4J
    392.4J/500=78.48% efficiency

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