In a practical machine, the power output is _______ the power input. A. smaller than B. equal to C. multiplied by D. larger than
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User: In a practical machine, the power output is _______ the power input. A. smaller than B. equal to C. multiplied by D. larger than

Weegy: In a practical machine, the power output is SMALLER THAN the power input.
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User: If an object has a mass of 20 kg, what is the force of gravity acting on it on earth? A. 1.96 kg B. 2.04 kg C. 196 N D. 32.67 N

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If an object has a mass of 20 kg, The force of gravity acting on earth is 196N.
force =mass *acc , force = 20 *9.8 = 196N
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