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I'm doing an isaac physics question where i need to state the symbolic equation for the GPE lost from a block sliding down a slope.
I have no number values,
The weight is W,
the angle is alpha (symbol)
the distance on the slope is l
I worked out the horizontal length to be LCos(alpha)

I cant use 9.81 because its a decimal but it tells me that my answer is wrong
Help?
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Gpe lost = k.E. gained. Use suvat to find k.e gained as it goes down the slope by finding its velocity in the end of it.
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(Original post by Cold_Eye)
Gpe lost = k.E. gained. Use suvat to find k.e gained as it goes down the slope by finding its velocity in the end of it.
I tried that but it still doesnt work??
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