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Energy related to the height of an object is gravitational potential energy.

Energy related to the height of an object is gravitational potential energy.

Energy related to the height of an object is gravitational potential energy.

Energy related to the height of an object is gravitational potential energy.

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1Energy related to the height of an object is gravitational potential energy.

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0Energy related to height sounds like the description of gravitational potential energy.

gravitational potential energy

I think its gravitational energy :)

Potential energy that depends on height is called gravitational potential. The higher the altitude of an object, the more gravitational potential the object has.

Potential energy that is dependent on height is called gravitational potential energy. Potential energy is energy of position. ex: A book on a shelf has gravitational potential energy. Formula: G.P.E.=Weight x Height

That is called gravitational potential energy.

That is called gravitational potential energy.

Gravitational potential energy - it depends on the distance from the centre of gravity, so on Earth it depends on the height above the Earth's surface

because the work done in placing that object at a height is stored in it as the potential energy....

potential energy it is directly proportional to height of object above ground

Yup it's called Gravitational potential energy and has the formula Ep = m.g.h m being the mass g the gravitational acceleration and h the height

This is called gravitational potention energy and is represented by PE in the formula PE=mgh (mass times acceleration due to gravity times height).

The energy stored in a body due to its motion is called kinetic energy. The energy stored in a body due to its position (height) or shape is called potential energy. So a body at rest may have potential energy but it has no kinetic energy.

That is called gravitational potential energy. Sometimes simply "potential energy", and the "gravitational" part is implied.

This is called potential energy. The most common form of potential energy is an object suspended above the ground. Its height gives it potential energy, which is defined as mgh, where m is the mass, g is the gravitational constant, and h is the height.

I would have gravitational potential energy, which is energy due to height.

Not sure what you mean by "this height". An object's potential energy is equal to:gravitational potential energy = mass x gravity x height

Energy which is a result of an object's height above the earth is potential energy.

Increased mass and/or height increase potential energy.

The formula for potential energy is: G.P.E. (gravitational potential energy) = Weight x Height

Energy of position is called potential enrgy. For example, a rock at a certain height has more energy than when it is at ground level - when it falls down, this energy can be converted into other energy forms. In this case, of gravitational potential energy, the amount of energy is calculated as mgh (mass x gravity x height). Gravity is about 9.8 meters per second square.

Kinetic Energy or Potential energy= mass x gravity x height

As height increases, so does gravitational potential energy.

I don't think energy increases height the more you eat your body expands

Direct (double the height to double the potential energy).

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