Asked Dec 19, 2019

In raising a 5000-N piano with the pulley system, the workers note that for every 2m of rope pulled downward, the piano rises 0.2m. Ideally, show that 500N is required to lift the piano.


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The work is equal to the for...


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W = Fd


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