Physics

A tennis player hits a 58.0g tennis ball so that it goes straight up and reaches a maximum height of 6.17m.
How much work does gravity do on the ball on the way up?
On the way down?

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  1. work is being done on gravity on the way up, what is mgh?

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  2. 3.507

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