# How much work does it take to raise a #14 kg # weight #2 m #?

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To calculate the work done, you can use the formula: Work = Force × Distance. The force here is the weight of the object, which is equal to its mass multiplied by the acceleration due to gravity (9.8 m/s^2). So, the force = mass × gravity = 14 kg × 9.8 m/s^2 = 137.2 N. The distance is given as 2 m. Therefore, Work = 137.2 N × 2 m = 274.4 joules. So, it takes 274.4 joules of work to raise a 14 kg weight 2 m.

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