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If you pull one end of the rope 1.0 m downward with a 50 N force, find the height you can lift a 150 N load.

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I suspect you have some pulleys here that I am unable to see.

weight * height = pull force * pull distance (work in = work out)

150 * h = 50 * 1
h = 1/3 of a meter

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sxdgs

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