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Anne releases a stone from a height of 2 meters. She measures the kinetic energy of the stone at 9.8 joules at the exact point it hits the ground. What is the mass of the stone? i have no clue how to get the mass

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  1. ilovemybabies Group Title
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    helpppp

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    Ask Anne. lol

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  3. ilovemybabies Group Title
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    whos tht

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    A forklift raises a crate weighing 8.35 × 10Æ newtons to a height of 6.0 meters. What amount of work does the forklift do?

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    flutter you dummbass

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    f you feather

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    @TrashMan914 Can you help her out?

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    who the flutter u talking to

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    @ash2326 you should see this.read it all.

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    I will try and set up an equation. However, I am no Physics wiz, so it may take a while. @ilovemybabies Please refrain from using vulgar language. It's against the CoC, whether you are swearing or typing vulgar words in such a way that it bypasses the Language filter.

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    Thank you Trashman for both.

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    @ilovemybabies Please don't use abusive language here. I know that you need help here. But you gotta be polite and nice to others. Thanks :) I'd instruct you to close this question, and start a new post asking for help

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    I'm working it out to make sure I'm correct before attempting to help. However, are there options for this? If so, can you list them?

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    Shes offline.

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    Well, alrighty then. I'll come back if he/she decides to post again (as ash said) politely, and if he/she wants to participate in it rather than slapping down a question and sayin' "helpppp."

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    She was very impatient as I noticed.

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    If the object has 9.8J of KE when it hits the ground, it must have had 9.8J of PE when it was released (conservation of energy, it's the law) Because PE = mgh, and you know PE, g, and h, solve for m.

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