# Gravitational 12411

We lift a weight of 2 kg to a height of 50 cm above the top of the table. Determine its gravitational potential energy:

a) relative to the tabletop,

b) relative to the floor if the table top is 1m above the floor.

a) relative to the tabletop,

b) relative to the floor if the table top is 1m above the floor.

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