Compute the kinetic energy that the rock gains while falling
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A 2.0-kg rock initially at rest loses 407 J of potential energy while falling to the ground.

1. Compute the kinetic energy that the rock gains while falling.

2. What is the rock’s speed just before it strikes the ground?

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