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jman1114
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One of the discussion questions in a lab I did which was basically a free falling object where the kinetic and potential energies were measured. It asks what is the energy transformation equation for a free fall (1-step transformation).
Is it just:
Total Energy = Potential gravitational energy + Kinetic energy
Et= mgh + mv2/2
Then just cancel out the mass or am I going in the total wrong direction with this?
Is it just:
Total Energy = Potential gravitational energy + Kinetic energy
Et= mgh + mv2/2
Then just cancel out the mass or am I going in the total wrong direction with this?