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A 6.2 "kilo" bag of sugar is on a counter. How much work is required to put the bag on a shelf a distance of 0.41 m above the counter?

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    You have been given the formula. Please show your own work for further help, or seek help elsewhere

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    is it 6.2/0.41

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    NO ASHLEY, IT IS NOT RIGHT AND YOU JUST MADE ME FAIL A QUIZ

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