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I need to calculate horsepower, but I'm not sure how I do that. I know the weight of the moving object, how far it moved, and how long that took. I'm not asking anyone to do the problem for me, just tell me how I go about solving it.

Thanks!

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I need to calculate horsepower, but I'm not sure how I do that. I know the weight of the moving object, how far it moved, and how long that took. I'm not asking anyone to do the problem for me, just tell me how I go about solving it.

Thanks!

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Power = Work/Time, with unit Watts. 1 Horsepower is 746 watts.

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