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What is the kinetic and potential energy of a Boeing 747 airliner weighing 2.48 106 N, flying at 268 m/s (i.e., 600 mi/h) at an altitude of 6.2 km (i.e., 20 103 ft)?

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    KE= 1/2 m v^2
    GPe= mgh

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