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A 0.180 kg ball falls 2.5m. How much wordoes the force of gravity do on the ball?
Do I multiply .180x2.5 to get .45J

Thank you for your help

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  1. A 0.180 kg ball falls 2.5m. How much wordoes the force of gravity do on the ball?
    Do I multiply .180x2.5 to get .45J

    Thank you for your help

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  2. A 0.180 kg ball falls 2.5m. How much work does the force of gravity do on the ball?
    Do I multiply .180x2.5 to get .45J

    Thank you for your help

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  3. work is force x distance.
    Kilograms is mass, not force.

    work=mass*g*distance.

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  4. is it 1.765N x 2.5M = 4.4J ?

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  5. The answer is 4.5

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