# Gravity Work

W = m*g*h
Calculator of the work of the gravity force in the case of a free falling object.
Enter 'x' in the field to be calculated.

This tool calculates the work of the gravity force in the case of a free-fall object from a height h measured relative to the ground. The formula is as follows:

W = m * g * h

m: mass of the object in kg
g: gravitation constant of the place where the object is located (on Earth g \approx 9.81 in m/s2)
h: height at which the object is located in meters W: work in joule

Note that the current calculator is a special case of the following calculator:
Work of constant force applied to an object with \vecF = \vecW (weight)