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An engine moves a motorboat through water at a constant velocity of 22 meters/second. If the force exerted by the motor on the boat is 5.75 × 103 newtons, what is the power of the motor?

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    power = work/time = force*distance/time = force*velocity = 22*5.75*10^3 = 129.4 kW

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