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A weightlifter lifts a weight of 10 kg weight in 10 seconds. Calculate the change in the momentum of the weight (g = 9.8 ms
Asked by 7039_parth | 08 Jul, 2021, 01:30: PM Expert Answer
Force is defined as rate of change of momentum where m is mass , v is velocity,  F is force and t is time

Hence change in momentum , d(mv) = F dt

To lift the 10 kg mass, minimum required force = 10 × 9.8 = 98 N

Since the force is applied for 10 s , change in momentum = 98 × 10 = 980 kg m/s

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