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Ok so im looking for minimum avg power for a 38 kg boy to climb a 170 m building that takes 10.2 min include only work done against gravity

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    t = 10.2min * 60s/min = 612 s.

    P = F * d/t = mg * d/t
    P = 38*9.8 * 170/612 = 103.4 J/s

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