## Find the energy required to lift 110 lb a distance of 35 ft. ?

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## Answers ( No )

The energy required is the product of force and distance. In foot-pounds, it is …

… (110 lb) × (35 ft) =

3850 ft·lbAnswer:Energy required = 3850 lb-ft.

Step-by-step explanation:Since we know the formula of work done = Force × Displacement

Here work done is the energy to lift a weight to move it for a particular distance.

Now we know the value of weight and displacement both.

work done = 110×35 = 3850 lb-ft.

Therefore the energy required to displace a weight required energy will be = 3850 lb-feet