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**The gravitational potential energy formula is equal to the mass times the force of gravity where g is a constant valued 9. **

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**The loss of gravitational potential energy from moving downward through a distance h equals the gain in kinetic energy. 37 × 10 6 m. . **

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**The gravitational potential energy formula is equal to the mass times the force of gravity where g is a constant valued 9. U = (6. **

**GPE is the gravitational potential energy in joules (J) m is the mass in kilograms (kg) g is the gravitational field strength in newtons per kilogram (N/kg) h is the change in height. **

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**Since its height decreases, it loses potential energy. However a difference in gravitational potential energy. **

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**use the following equation: Energy in the gravitational potential energy store (Ep) = mass (m) x gravitational field strength (g) x height (h) \(Ep = m \times g \times h\). **

**The loss of gravitational potential energy from moving downward through a distance h equals the gain in kinetic energy. r. . **

**For the gravitational force the formula is P. Gravitational potential energy may be converted to other forms of energy, such as kinetic energy. This relation between T and f is a definition that. We insert the values. . . **

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**Converting Between Potential Energy and Kinetic Energy. **

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