1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data I push two frictionless carts along a table, using a force of 10 N on each. Riding on one cart is a squid and on the other cart is a mango. They have the same mass. The squid's cart is moving at 2.0 m/s when I start pushing, in the same direction that I push. The mango's cart, on the other hand, starts from rest. Compare the power that I am delivering to each cart. Which of the following is correct? I am delivering more power to the cart with the squid. I am delivering more power to the cart with the mango. I am delivering the same power to both since the force is the same. 2. Relevant equations P=F(V) 3. The attempt at a solution I can substitute ma for force and V0 +(1/2)a(t) for V. But i have two unknows a and P. Am I applying more power to the cart with the squid because the initial velocity 2.0 ?