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How much work is required to lift a 3.7-kg concrete block to a height of 2.7 m?

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    M g h.

    g is the acceleration of gravity
    M is the mass
    h is the height change

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    is this correct 9.8*3.7*2.7=97.90

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    If you put a J (or Joules) after it, then yes

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