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anonymous
 one year ago
Magnus has reached the finals of a strength competition. In the first round, he has to pull a city bus as far as he can. One end of a rope is attached to the bus, while the other is tied around Magnus\'s 48 inch waist. If a force gauge placed halfway down the rope reads out a constant 612.0 lbs while Magnus pulls the bus a distance of 56.0 inches, how much work does the tension force do on Magnus? The rope is perfectly horizontal during the pull. Express your answer in both footpounds (ft·lb) and Newtonmeters (N·m).
anonymous
 one year ago
Magnus has reached the finals of a strength competition. In the first round, he has to pull a city bus as far as he can. One end of a rope is attached to the bus, while the other is tied around Magnus\'s 48 inch waist. If a force gauge placed halfway down the rope reads out a constant 612.0 lbs while Magnus pulls the bus a distance of 56.0 inches, how much work does the tension force do on Magnus? The rope is perfectly horizontal during the pull. Express your answer in both footpounds (ft·lb) and Newtonmeters (N·m).

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