The potential energy of a body weighing 1 kg, raised above the Earth, is equal to 100 J. At what height is the body?

To determine the height at which a given body is located, we apply the formula: En = m * g * h.
Let us express the height of the body: h = En / (m * g).
Values of variables: Ep – potential energy (Ep = 100 J); m is the mass of a given body (m = 1 kg); g – acceleration due to gravity (g ≈ 10 m / s2).
Calculation: h = 100 / (1 * 10) = 10 m.
Answer: The body is at a height of 10 m.

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