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Physics in Lifting Weights


Grace21

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There's a lot of physics in lifting weights. For example, you can calculate the amount of work a person does. The equation for work is w=fd, or force times distance. When a person is lifting weights, you can calculate the amount of work they are doing by multiplying the distance they are lifting the weight by how much the weight is.

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