 # Question: How Much Force Is Needed To Lift The 10kg Weight?

## How much force is needed to lift an object with a mass of 200 kg?

But first, we need to change gram into kilograms because kg is the standard international unit of Mass.

So, 200g = 200/1000 kg = 1/5 kg = 0.2 kg.

= 2 kg mpsE2 or 2 Newtons or 2N..

## How much force is needed to lift a car?

But what kind of force can you get from the atmospheric pressure? That’s 10,000 Newtons or almost 22,000 pounds. That’s more than enough to lift a typical car.

## What force does the boy use to lift the weight?

gravityHowever, when the man is lifting the weight he is obviously working against gravity. More importantly, when he is lowering the weight, he is still working against gravity, as gravity would rather lower the weight in a ‘free fall’.

## How much weight can a 1 hp motor lift?

Most engines use horsepower to describe how much work they can do in a given amount of time. The constant 1 horsepower equals 550 foot-pounds per second. In other words, 1 horsepower is the amount of work required to move a load of 550 pounds over 1 foot, in 1 second.

## How much energy does it take to lift 1kg 1m?

Lifting Weights: On earth it takes about 10 Newton-meters (N-m) of energy to raise a 1 kilogram mass to a height of 1 meter. Since 1 N-m equals 1 Joule, that’s 10 Joules. If it takes 1 second to lift the weight 1 meter, than you have converted 10 Joules of energy to potential energy in one second.

## How much work is required to lift a 2 kg mass to a height of 10 meters?

Hence, the Work done to life the mass of 2 kg to a height of 10 m is 196 J.

## How much energy does it take to lift 1lb?

Watts (power) is joules/second (energy per unit time). To lift 1 pound in 1 second would take 1.345/1 = 1.345 watts.

## What is the unit of force?

NewtonForce/SI units

## How much is 1kg force?

Therefore, one kilogram-force is by definition equal to 9.80665 N. Similarly, a gram-force is 9.80665 mN, and a milligram-force is 9.80665 μN.

## How much force is required to lift a weight?

To lift an object of any mass takes an upward force greater than its weight. To keep it suspended takes a force equal to its weight. The weight of a 1 kg object in a 1 gravitational field is 9.80655 newtons. For quick back-of-the-envelope calculations, call it 10 N.

## How much force is required to lift a mass of 1kg?

The acceleration of gravity is 9.8 m/sec^2 so the effective force on a 1 kg object due to gravity is 9.8 Newtons.

## How much force is needed to lift a 25 kg?

W = ~1000 N (Note: The weight of a 25-kg object is approximately 250 N; it takes 250 N to lift the object up.)