# Channel picks her baby brother up out his crib after his nap. If the baby has a mass of 8.5 kg and she picks him up a distance of 0.74 meters, what is the baby's gravitational potential energy?

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The gravitational potential energy can be calculated using the formula:

Gravitational potential energy (PE) = mass * gravity * height

Where:

- Mass (m) = 8.5 kg (mass of the baby)
- Gravity (g) = 9.8 m/s^2 (acceleration due to gravity)
- Height (h) = 0.74 meters (distance Channel lifts the baby)

Substitute the values into the formula and calculate the gravitational potential energy.

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