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Help with Simple High School Physics

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Help with "Simple" High School Physics

Hey, does anyone know how to find the momentum when you only have mass and height???
 
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How does potential energy relate to kinetic energy?
 

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I think it's a trick. Is momentum proportional to energy?
 
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I have a problem on a pysics assignment to find momentum and all I'm given is the mass and a height. Once I come up with a formula for that I should be able to find the rest. Any ideas???
 
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p=mv.. so if its not moving then momentum is zero. there has to be some context like maybe the final momentum when a mass is dropped from a height? or something...
 
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ok this post wasnt really detailed but thx...ive put up a new one though..."Finding momentum with height and mass" that has the problem and all
 

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