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A 947 kg elevator is pulled upward by a cable with a tension of 1.58×10^{4} N. Using work and energy, solve for the height the elevator reaches if the elevator starts from rest at the ground floor and reaches a speed of 18.9 m/s at the point of its destination.

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According to the work energy theorem, the net work d...

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