The diver has the least gravitational potential energy at position

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  1. I presume this has a diagram to go with it, the question can't be answered without it.

    posted by Arora
  2. The diver has the least gravitational potential energy at position

    posted by Lexipie
  3. Man I can’t figure it out either

    posted by Lexipie
  4. The answer is postion #4

    posted by Tatiana

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