# What is the height of an object above sea level called?

longitude

### The amount of gravitational potential energy that an object has depends on its weight and what?

On the object's weight and height above the chosen reference level (for example, above ground level). On the object's weight and height above the chosen reference level (for example, above ground level). On the object's weight and height above the chosen reference level (for example, above ground level). On the object's weight and height above the chosen reference level (for example, above ground level).

### What is an example of an object with no potential energy?

An object at ground level. Or at whatever height you chose as reference level. An object at ground level. Or at whatever height you chose as reference level. An object at ground level. Or at whatever height you chose as reference level. An object at ground level. Or at whatever height you chose as reference level.

### The amount of gravitational potential energy that an object has depends on its weight and?

Weight, height above the ground level (or other reference level), the strength of the gravitational field. Weight, height above the ground level (or other reference level), the strength of the gravitational field. Weight, height above the ground level (or other reference level), the strength of the gravitational field. Weight, height above the ground level (or other reference level), the strength of the gravitational field.

### What is altitude?

== == Science Major: Altitude is height above mean sea level (MSL) or true altitude, which means in reference to what sea level is on the ground, or height above ground level (AGL), which is also called absolute altitude, which means height above the ground with no reference to the ground's height above sea level. In example, if the sea level in a certain place is 100 feet and you are 250 feet above the…

### What is an object that has gravitational potential energy?

Any object with mass that's been lifted above the reference level (usually taken to be ground level) has gravitational potential energy with respect to the reference level. The formula is PE = mgh. m = the object's mass g = the local acceleration of gravity h = height of the object above the reference level

### What is the measurement of height above Earth's surface?

The height above the ground is called altitude. The word is sometimes used to mean elevation, which is the height above mean sea level. In aviation, altitude is usually expressed in feet ASL (above sea level), but can also be stated as feet AGL (above ground level) for purposes of avoiding obstructions. Properly set barometers can determine height above MSL, while radar altimeters are used to measure AGL.