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Bob weighs 80 pounds. He ran up the steps which rose 14 feet. Fred weighs 110 pounds. He ran up the same steps as Bob. How many footpounds of work did each boy do?
Bob, 80 pound force x 14 feet = footpounds
Fred, 110 pound force x 14 feet = footpounds
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Bob weighs 80 pounds. He ran up the steps which rose 14 feet. Fred weighs 110 pounds. He ran up the same steps as Bob. How many footpounds of work did each boy do? Bob, 80 pound force x 14 feet = footpounds Fred, 110 pound force x 14 feet = footpounds

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