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an object who's mass 5.20kg has a gravitational potential energy of 10.3kj. how high above the ground is the object?

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    p.e. = m * g * h

    10.3 kj = 5.20 kg * 9.8 m/s^2 * h

    10.3 k / (5.2 * 9.8) = h (in meters)

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    4.947m

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