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A one kilowatt motor is used to pump water from a well 10 m deep. The quantity of water pumped out per second is nearly

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  1. 1 kg

  2. 10 kg

  3. 100 kg

  4. 1000 kg

    Answer:The correct answer is:

    10 kgP equals m g h divided by t space o r space m divided by t equals P divided by g h space o r space m divided by t equals 1000 divided by left parenthesis 10 cross times 10 right parenthesis space k g equals 10 space k g

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