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Sarah lifts a 345 g shopping bag a distance of 1.2 meters onto a shelf. How much work was done?

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    Work = M*g*H

    M = 0.345 kg
    H = 1.2 m
    g = 9.8 m/s^2

    The answer will be in Joules.
    Do the multiplication.

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