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A standard man uses a bicycle of mass 30 kg to travel at constant speed along a 5 km long road up
a hill. The hill rises 250 m above the starting point and the man needs 30 minutes to get to the top.
How much work does the man do during the trip? What was the power use during the trip?

Work=mgh==30•9.8•250 =...
Power =mgh/t=30•9.8•250/30•60 =... 
Hahaha the person who asked this question in totally in my Physics for the Life Sciences course at UOIT. Assignment 2 ;)

A standard man uses a bicycle of mass 30 kg to travel at constant speed along a 5 km long road up
a hill. The hill rises 250 m above the starting point and the man needs 30 minutes to get to the top.
(a) How much work does the man do during the trip?
(b) What was the power use during the trip? 
lmao LOL its so true im deff in that physics for life science class Joe needs to make easier questions :(

same and yea he does this is nuts

sitting in the library trying to finish this before class... fail im so lost
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