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Which does more work in lifting a grain of rice over his head an ant or a person?

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Opposite of wheat grain, which contains more fiber and is better for the person. &lt;----- this guy is a retart and didn't answer my question.

Well it consumes nutrients from the soil, water and sunlight. But I'd say no because the person who buys the grain is more a "consumer".

If you ignore the process of lifting the mass (just holding it when it gets there), they do the same work but if you include the lifting process, the tall person does more work because the mass is elevated to a higher point first.

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which requires more energy, pulling a load, lifting, or pushing a load?

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because it has mor nutrions and vice versa . Why then we have processed grain?

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