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can you check my answers? 2.is more work required to bring a fully loaded truck up to a given speed, than the same truck lightly loaded? defend your answer? more work is required to bring a fully loaded truck up to a given speed
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An empty truck weighs 2000 kg. After the truck was loaded, freight made up 80% of the weight of the loaded truck. At the first stop one fourth of the freight was unloaded. What percent of the loaded truck's weight did the load
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