# physics

a slingshot will shoot a 10 pebble 22.0 m straight up. a) how much potential energy is stored in the slingshot rubber band? B) With the same potential energy is stored in the rubber band, how high can the slingshot shoot a 25g pebble?

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1. a. PE=mg*heightitreaches
b. =10/25 * 22m

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