 # An outboard engine on a boat can do 1.0 * 10^6 J of work in 50.0 s. Calculate its power in watts. Convert your answer to horsepower.   ### Other questions on the subject: Physics Physics, 22.06.2019 12:30, tigistamare03
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An outboard engine on a boat can do 1.0 * 10^6 J of work in 50.0 s. Calculate its power in watts. Co...

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