# How much work does it take to raise a #3 kg # weight #1 m #?

29.43 J

Currently, using the formula,

Work completed = force × displacement in the direction of the force

In this case, the force you use is equivalent to the object's weight, which is:

W = mg = 3× 9.81 = 29.43 N with

Since the object has moved 1 m, the following work has been completed:

29.43 × 1 = 29.43 J = W = f.s

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The work done to raise a 3 kg weight by 1 meter against gravity is given by the formula:

Work = Force × Distance

The force required to lift the weight against gravity is equal to the weight of the object, which is the mass multiplied by the acceleration due to gravity (9.8 m/s^2).

Work = (3 kg) × (9.8 m/s^2) × (1 m)

Work = 29.4 Joules

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