1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data A person performs 6.1 J of work to lift an object without acceleration to a particular height on Earth. Write an equation describing that energy change and analyze it to determine how different the energy would be required to lift the same object to the same height on the moon where the value of g is 1.622 m/s^(2). No height is given. No mass is given. No displacement is given. 2. Relevant equations W= F*D Eg=mgh P=W/T 3. The attempt at a solution I tried using the power equation but we only have work as energy (6.1 J) and no time or power. Using W=FD, i was able to make two equations 1. 6.1= m*9.8*h*D 2. E= m*1.622*h*D After that i did not know where to go from there. I'm stuck on this question and have no clue how to create this equation describing the energy change to find the energy required to lift the object to the same height on the moon. Please help!!!