Why is useful work not equal to full when using mechanisms for lifting loads and overcoming any resistance?

In practice, full work is always somewhat more useful (in terms of mechanisms). And this happens because part of the work is spent on overcoming the frictional force in the mechanism and on the movement of its individual blocks.

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