## grade 11 phyics problem 4

1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data

A crane lifts a 2.25x10^3 bucket containing 1.15m^3 of soil (density = 2.00x10^3kg/m^3) to a height of 7.50 m. Calculate the work the crane performs.

2. Relevant equations
D=m/V
W=Fd

3. The attempt at a solution

F=2n25x10^3N
d=7.50m
D=2.00x10^3 kg/m^3
V=1.15m^3
W=?

alright so i've calculated the mass the object will have and i got 2.3 x 10^3kg
Now i was just wondering if anyone could help me on where to go from here?
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 find the weight of the soil, add it on to the weight of the bucket and use your W=Fd equation.
 how do i find the weight of the soil and the weight of the bucket?

## grade 11 phyics problem 4

weight=mass*g

g=acceleration due to gravity=9.81

you already know the weight of the bucket is 2.25*103 N.
 Is it N or kg? You didnt specify and its very important
 is what in N or kg? everything is there

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