# science

If you lift a bag that weighs 15 N a distance of 2 m, how much work have you done?

work=weight*distanceupward

1. 👍 0
2. 👎 0
3. 👁 84

## Similar Questions

Pedro has Abadia back and can only lift 32lbs. He is going hiking and has packed his sleeping bag, two pairs of socks, and 2 bottles with 4 liters of water each. If Pedro is carrying his limit, one pair of socks weighs .8 lbs, and

asked by April on April 11, 2016
2. ### Physics

A shopping bag can provide a force of 65.0 N before breaking. A shopper puts 5.00kg of groceries in the bag. If the shopper tries to lift the bag with an upward acceleration of 2.00 m/s/s, will be bag break?

asked by Apple Annie on January 12, 2020
3. ### math

You lift a box that weighs 93 N a distance of 1.5 m. How much work did you do?

asked by Anonymous on April 10, 2013
4. ### Math

an ant that weighs 0.004 oz can lift a bread crumb that weighs 0.2 oz. if a 120-pound person were proportionally as strong as the ant, how much could the person lift?

asked by Anonymous on September 18, 2013
5. ### proportions

an ant that weighs 0.004 oz can lift a bread crumb that weighs 0.2 oz. if a 120-pound person were proportionally as strong as the ant,how much could the person lift?

asked by Anonymous on March 18, 2013
6. ### math

one bag of oranges weighs 3 pounds and 4 ounces, a bag of apples weighs 65 ounces, which one weighs more?

asked by tisha on January 28, 2014
7. ### math

A bag of potatoes weighs 3 7/16 pounds. if the average potato weighs 3/16 pound, about how many potatoes are in the bag? Do I divide 3 7/16 by 3/16 therefore 3 7/16 X 16/1 55/16 X 16/1 = 55 potatoes?

asked by sb on November 7, 2012
8. ### Solve. W rite each answer in simplest form.

Erin buys a bag of peanuts that weighs 3/4 of a pound. Later that week, the bag is 2/3 full. How much does the bag of peanuts weigh now? Show your work

asked by Lindsey on September 16, 2014
9. ### Math

Marla buys a bag of peanuts that weighs 3/4 of a pound later that week the bag is 2/3 how much does the bag of peanuts weigh now Show your work

asked by Multiplying fractions on September 24, 2018