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Solve this in two steps.

1) Multiply the force x the distance, to get the energy (or work).

2) Divide the work by the time to get power.

Since you are using SI units, the answer will also be in SI units - specifically, in watts.

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Q: How much power is generated if a person applies 200 N of force to move a bicycle 10 m in 5 s?
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