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*To*: quattro <quattro@coimbra.ans.net>*Subject*: Calculations*From*: Joe Yakubik <75363.2524@CompuServe.COM>*Date*: 13 Aug 96 16:31:35 EDT*Sender*: owner-quattro@coimbra.ans.net

The units do work out, as to the validity of the equation: no idea, but I've got my doubts. power = work/time = mass*length*length/time/time/time Left side: work = force*distance ; force = mass*acceleration; accel = s/t^2 or s/t/t therefore work = {[m*(s/t^2)]*distance} Power = {[m*(s/t^2)}*distance}/t = where m = mass s is a unit of length t is a unit of time Joe Yakubik

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