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how far will 350 j raise a 7 kg mass

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asked by taylor
  1. And the real School Subject is.....?

    Sra

    posted by SraJMcGin
  2. 7kg of mass weighs 70N. 350J = 350 Nm^-1.
    => distance moved = (350/70)m = 5m.

    posted by Kalpak Khemka
  3. correction : 350J = 350Nm (Newton meter)

    posted by Kalpak Khemka
  4. 35

    posted by Cassandre
  5. yay

    posted by kf
  6. A=F*h => h=F*A => h=A/mg <=> h=350/70= 5 m.

    posted by Kassen

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