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Nov 9, 2013 **...** You ask. if I exert an upward force equal in magnitude to gravity's, won't the **box**
remain motionless, i.e., net zero force, in which case the ...

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I am reading Principles of Physics by Serway and Jewett, and it has an example
of a person **lifting a box vertically**. It states that the **work** done ...

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Nov 28, 2007 **...** Suppose you **lift** a book (which weighs 10 Newtons) at constant velocity through
a **vertical** distance of 1 meter, as shown at left. ... The **Work**-Energy Equation
might lead you to think that since you did 10 Joules of **work** on the ...

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○How much **work** is done **lifting** the small **box** to the top of the tower. 12 m. 5 kg
... Which takes more **work**, **lifting** an object straight up, or pushing an object up a ...

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**Work** is done when a force moves an object over some distance ... **Work** Done to
**Lift a Box Vertically**. The weight of .... + the **work needed** to move it a distance D.

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How much **work** does he do on the **box** while walking across the floor at constant
speed? a. zero J. b. more than zero J. c. more information **needed** to determine
.... Which requires more **work**: **lifting** a 50.0 kg crate a **vertical** distance of 2.0 ...

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Someone **lifting boxes** from the ground to an elevated platform. If you've done ...
The amount of **work needed** to push the mass is the same as **lifting** it straight up.
Part 1: Varying ... Calculate the **work** done in **lifting** the mass **vertically**. Note: The
...

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So in the **horizontal** direction, the force is equal to zero and in the **vertical**
direction .... you have to do some **work**, since you are **lifting** the **box** in the same
direction that it ..... How much **work** is **needed to lift** a 3 kg mass a distance of 0.75
m? 67.