A construction worker has to push a heavy, loaded waste container to a disposal area. This task tires the worker out and he pauses several times to rest. The distance that the container is moved in each 10-second time interval is shown in the table. Whenever the worker pushes the container, an average force of 80 N is used to push it. What is the average power supplied by the worker over the ten time intervals?
|Time Interval Number||1||2||3||4||5||6||7||8||9||10|
The work done by a force over a 10-second time interval is shown in the graph.
What instantaneous power does the force supply at = 3 s?
What instantaneous power does the force supply at = 6 s?
What average power does the force supply between = 7 s and = 9 s?
A horse pulls a cart for 50 seconds. The work done by the force applied by the horse during this time is 37 500 J. What is the power supplied by the horse?
A rocket moves vertically upward at a constant speed of 18 m/s. The weight of the rocket is 250 kN. What is the power supplied by the rocket’s engines? Give your answer in megawatts.
A power of 140 W is supplied to do work for a time of 2.5 seconds. How much work is done?
360 W of power is supplied to do 270 J of work. How much time is taken to do this amount of work?
How much work is done in 600 seconds by the force from a car engine that has a power of W?
The power supplied by a force over a 10-second time interval is shown in the graph.
How much work does the force do from = 0 s to = 2 s?
How much work does the force do from = 3 s to = 5 s?
How much work does the force do from = 2 s to = 3 s?
How much work does the force do from = 5 s to = 9 s?
Suppose that 260 J of work is done in 40 seconds. What power is required to do this amount of work?
Which of the following formulas correctly shows the relationship between the time taken to do an amount of work and the power supplied to do the work?