How fast must you lift a 3.60 kg container of milk if the power output of your arm is to be 21.3 W?

how would i approach this question? would i still use P=W/T?

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  1. Use this equation:
    Force x velocity = power
    velocity = Power/force
    = [21.3 J/s]/(M g)
    Use M = 3.60 kg and g = 9.8 m/s^2

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