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So, let's say I was to drag a 40kg load in a set distance of 10 meter. I record the time, it was 5 secs.

Now I find power, P=work/t. We know work=force x distance.

SO my question is, is force just mass of load x acceleration due to gravity? 9.81m/s^2.

So P= ((40kg x 9.81) * 10 meters)/5 seconds,

so 784 watts or so. Thanks guys. What about force of friction? I guess this question doesn't want me to go that far in yet.

Thanks guys.