How to find gravitational potential energy ?, Physics

To work out the gravitational potential energy of an object the equation is:

GPE = m x g x h

Where:
m = the mass of the object (kg)
g = gravitational field strength (on earth that is 9.81 ms-2)
h = height of object (h)

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