# Physics

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A person with a mass of 55kg climbs a tower with a height of 11m in 25 minutes. What power is produced?

• Physics -

Power = work done / time
= mgh / time
= 55kg * 9.8 m/s² * 11 m ÷ (25*60 s)
= 4.0 J/s
= 4.0 W

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