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Calculate the power output of a 1.3-g fly as it walks straight up a windowpane at 2.5 cm/s

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  1. power= velocityinm/s*weight.

    The weight is the hardest thing here, you are given mass.

    Weight= massinKg*acceleration due to gravity
    Weight=.0013Kg*9.8N/kg= xxxxx N

    power= .0025m/s*.0013*9.8 watts.

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