Q: How much hp to move 500 lb?

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500 grams is equal to approximately 1.1 pounds.

There are 0.25 tons in 500 lb. This can be calculated by dividing 500 by 2000 (since 1 ton is equal to 2000 lb).

The mechanical advantage is 5, calculated by dividing the load force by the effort force (500 lb / 100 lb = 5).

The work done is calculated as the force applied multiplied by the distance moved in the direction of the force. In this case, the work done is 30,000 ft-lb (500 lb × 60 ft).

A case of 20 lb letter size paper typically weighs around 50 pounds, as there are typically 10 reams of 500 sheets each in a case.

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