Work Done By Gravitational Formula with solved examples
If a particular object is falling, the particle is bound to point in the direction of gravity. The magnitude of the falling body depends on the mass, gravitational constant and height from which it is falling. The work done by gravity is given by the formula, Wg = -mg (∆ h) Where, m = mass, g = gravity, h= height.
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