Q: Can a human lift 2000 pounds?

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to lift 1 kg or 2 pounds you need 0.16 kg of helium so for 2000 pounds you need 160 kg of helium or 320 pounds at 1 atmosphere

4/5 of 2000 pounds = 4*2000/5 pounds = 1600 pounds

A forklift will lift up to ten thousand pounds. A material lift is smaller and will only lift about five hundred pounds. There also a price difference if you know which one you need and want.

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A Clydesdale horse weighs about 2000 pounds.

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to lift 1 kg or 2 pounds you need 0.16 kg of helium so for 2000 pounds you need 160 kg of helium or 320 pounds at 1 atmosphere

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the average adult should be able to lift well over 150 pounds.

About 8.4 pounds.

Very few if any human beings could lift 1000 pounds unaided, but there are lots of machines that can help you to do so, such as pulleys, or forklifts. You could also divide it up into 100 pieces, each weighing 10 pounds, and lift each piece separately.

To lift a 2-ton elephant, which is equivalent to 4000 pounds (2 tons x 2000 pounds/ton), you would need a force greater than 4000 foot-pounds. This is because the force required would depend on multiple factors such as the distance the elephant needs to be lifted and the efficiency of the lifting mechanism.

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4/5 of 2000 pounds = 4*2000/5 pounds = 1600 pounds

One fourth of 2000 pounds is 2000 pounds divided by 4, which is 500 pounds.

On average a lift chair can handle up to 500 pounds. There are some designed to carry more.

1 ton = 2000 pounds 18000 pounds * (1 ton/2000 pounds) = 9 tons 1 ton = 2000 pounds 18000 pounds * (1 ton/2000 pounds) = 9 tons