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A 700 KG horse is pulling a sled at a velocity of 3.5 m/s. If the horse's power output is 746 watts, the force exerted on the sled is?

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    746 Watts = 746 Joules/s.

    Po = F*V = 746 J/s
    F * 3.5 = 746
    F = 213 N.

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