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The potential energy of an apple is 6.00 joules. The apple is 3.00meters high. What is the mass of the apple?
Please help! I have no idea how to solve this. :(

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bobpursley
mass*9.8N/kg*height=6joules
massinKilograms= 6/(9.8*3) 
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