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a 63 kg object needs to be lifted 7 meters in a matter of 5 seconds approximately how much horsepower is required to achieve this task
A 63 kg object needs to be lifted 7 meters in a matter of 5 seconds. Approximately 1.16 hp is required to achieve this task. power = work done /time taken = mgh/time = 63*9.8*7/5 = 4321.8/ 5 = 864.36 , 1 HP = 746 watts , horsepower = 864.36/746 =1.16hp
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A 63 kg object needs to be lifted 7 meters in a matter of 5 seconds. Approximately 1.16 hp is required to achieve this task. power = work done /time taken = mgh/time = 63*9.8*7/5 = 4321.8/ 5 = 864.36 , 1 HP = 746 watts , horsepower = 864.36/746 =1.16hp
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