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A 3.0kg rock falls 250m how much GPE is lost if the Gravity is 1.6n/kg
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A 3.0 kg rock falls 250 m. How much GPE lost if gravity is 1.6 N/kg?
ΔGPE = mhg* where g* is any constant grav field strength, needn't be that on earth's surface (g = 9.81 N/kg). So multiply values to get ans in J.
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