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Q: What is the power of 50 joules in 5 seconds?

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50J /10 s =5 W

There are 5 minutes and 50 seconds

1 hour =3600 seconds=360 x 50/ 1000 =18km/hour

1 calorie = 4.1858 joules 1 joule = 0.2389029576186153 calories As an example, convert 5 calories to joules. 1 calorie = 4.1858 joules, therefore 5 calories = 4.1858 x 5 joules = 20.929 joules. So when converting calories to joules, multiply the number of calories by 4.1858 to give you the number of joules.

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Watts is joules per second, so 50 joules in 5 seconds is 10 watts.

an electric sander that does 5000 joules of work in 5 seconds

Watts are a measure of power, Joules are a measure of energy. The energy is equal to the power times the time. So if you have a power of 5 watts running for 7 seconds, that is 5x7 Joules of energy, or 35 Joules. Looked at another way, power measures how fast energy is converted. So 35 Joules converted in 7 seconds would be 5 watts of power, but it would need 35 watts to convert that energy in 1 second.

Work in Joules = force x displacement= 100N x 10meters= 1000 JoulesPower in Watts = work/seconds= 1000 Joules / 5 seconds= 200 Watts200 W

50J /10 s =5 W

B.) 10 Watts

If one were to do one hundred Joules of work in five seconds, he/she would have a power output of 20 Watts.

There are 5 minutes and 50 seconds

50 meters in 10 seconds is faster. you go 5 meters per second in 50 meters per second, and you go 6 meters a second in 5 seconds..

You can't calculate the force from the rate at which work is done.10 joules in 20 seconds could be:-- 1 newton pushing along at 50 centimeters per second, or-- 0.1 newton pushing 5 meters per second, oran infinite number of other possibilities.From the data given in the question, all we know is that the 'power' is 1/2 watt.

There are 5 minutes and 50 seconds.

It is: 350/60 = 5 minutes and 50 seconds

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