a man weighing 600 n carries a load of 150 n up the stairs 6m high in 15 seconds. his power will be ?

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p = mgh/t


therefore 300W

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we know that power=workdone/time,


here workdone is "mgh".


thus power=750x6/15,


                 =300.

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