Posted by **Tina** on Tuesday, January 25, 2011 at 10:09pm.

A body is dropped from a height of 10 meters on Earth and hits the ground with a certain velocity. The body is then taken to the moon, which has a gravitational constant that is 1/6th the value as compared to Earth. It is dropped from the same height, hitting the ground with a certain velocity. What is the ratio of the object's velocity on the moon to that of the earth?

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