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How does the gravitational potential energy of Coaster A compare to Coaster B?
( Coaster A is 30 M tall and Coaster B is 15 M tall )
A. The gravitational potential energy of Coaster A is twice as large as Coaster B
B. The gravitational potential energy of Coaster A is half as large as Coaster B
C. The gravitational potential energy of Coaster A is is 15 times as large as Coaster B
D. The gravitational potential energy of Coaster A is equal to Coaster B

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  1. P.E. = m g h

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