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A 187 W motor will lift a load at the rate (speed) of 6.58 cm/s. How great a load can the motor lift at this rate?

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    Assuming no losses?


    power= work/time= weight*distance/time= weight*velocity

    weight= power/velocity

    change velocity to m/s

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