A 0.0100-kilogram grape hangs from a vine 1.50 meters from the ground. What is the potential energy of the grape?

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A 0.0100-kilogram grape hangs from a vine 1.50 meters from the ground. What is the potential energy of the grape?

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Potential energy=mgh m-mass g-gravitational acceleration h-height Does that help? @lynjunlew
umm, the mass is 0.0100kg, the height is 1.50 meters, how do i find gravitational acceleration?
g=9.8ms^-2 sometimes it is taken 10ms^-2 for easiness of calculation

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In this case I thnk u have to use 9.8ms^-2
so its : \[0.0100\times9.8^{-2}\times1.50\] ?
nope it is 0.0100*9.8*1.50
oh, ok. thank you so much!
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