Ratan Verma (fb.1649125490) ( 2 , 0 , 2 , 0 )
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+2 for adding A. using the approx formula for PE i.e. PE = mxgxh PE = 4x2x10 (considering g=10 m/s^2) PE = 80 Joules thermal energy = 80 % of PE =(80x80)/100 =64 joules -&gt; answer link for Q. a brick weighing 4kg is dropped into 1m deep... answer
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+2 for adding A. using the approx formula for PE i.e. PE = mxgxh [HTML_REMOVED] PE = 4x2x10 (considering g=10 m/s^2)[HTML_REMOVED] PE = 80 Joules [HTML_REMOVED]now thermal energy = 80 % of PE... link for Q. a brick weighing 4kg is dropped into 1m deep... answer
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using the approx formula for PE i.e. PE = mxgxh [HTML_REMOVED] PE = 4x2x10 (considering g=10 m/s^2)[HTML_REMOVED] PE = 80 Joules [HTML_REMOVED]now thermal energy = 80 % of PE [HTML_REMOVED]=(80x80)/100 =64 joules -> answer 4 , 0 0 for Q. a brick weighing 4kg is dropped into 1m deep... answer added by Ratan Verma 2 years, 11 months ago
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Ratan, I noticed that you tried to add some HTML to make the answer look good. You can use the toolbar buttons above the answer text books to do text formatting. If you need line breaks, then leave a blank line in between. HTH.
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Thanks Prashanth for telling me this as i was really wondering on how to format the answer properly. Thanks
2 years, 11 months ago
Ratan, the text editing box seems to be confusing most users. Just wanted to let you know that we are working on replacing it a better one.

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2 years, 11 months ago liked Ratan Verma 's Answer: A. using the approx formula for PE i.e. PE = mxgxh PE = 4x2x10 (considering g=10 m/s^2) PE = 80 Joules thermal energy = 80 % of PE =(80x80)/100 =64 joules -&gt; answer link for Q. a brick weighing 4kg is dropped into 1m deep... answer
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2 years, 11 months ago liked Ratan Verma 's Answer: A. using the approx formula for PE i.e. PE = mxgxh [HTML_REMOVED] PE = 4x2x10 (considering g=10 m/s^2)[HTML_REMOVED] PE = 80 Joules [HTML_REMOVED]now thermal energy = 80 % of PE... link for Q. a brick weighing 4kg is dropped into 1m deep... answer
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2 years, 11 months ago liked Ratan Verma 's Answer: A. using the approx formula for PE i.e. PE = mxgxh [HTML_REMOVED] PE = 4x2x10 (considering g=10 m/s^2)[HTML_REMOVED] PE = 80 Joules [HTML_REMOVED]now thermal energy = 80 % of PE... link for Q. a brick weighing 4kg is dropped into 1m deep... answer
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2 years, 11 months ago commented on Answer: A. using the approx formula for PE i.e. PE = mxgxh [HTML_REMOVED] PE = 4x2x10 (considering g=10 m/s^2)[HTML_REMOVED] PE = 80 Joules [HTML_REMOVED]now thermal energy = 80 % of PE... link for Q. a brick weighing 4kg is dropped into 1m deep... answer
Ratan, the text editing box seems to be confusing most users. Just wanted to let you know that we are working on replacing it a better one. comment . 2 years, 11 months ago
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