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2. How much energy would a body of mass 50kg need to provide for the following:
a. Climbing a hill 500m high.
b. Walking up steps 10m tall.
c. Jumping 10cm up.

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  1. Work done (energy required) = mgh
    m=50 kg
    g=9.8 m/s²
    h=difference in elevation in metres.

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  2. Energy/work in joules.

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