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physics.stackexchange.com/questions/85991/if-i-lift-a-box-vertically-why-is-the-work-i-do-equal-to-the-distance-i-lift-it

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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Jun 27, 2013 ... FTis the upward force; Fg is the resistive force of gravity; m is the mass of the object; g is the acceleration due to gravity. The work required to lift ...

Apr 29, 2008 ... 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 ...

Work Done to Lift a Box Vertically. The weight of an object equals the object's mass times the acceleration of gravity (g). Weight = F = M g. The work required to  ...