Question

# Which of the statements is correct for the graph between gravitational potential energy and the height of the body when the object is falling down?

- Start from the origin
- Start at a point on the gravitational potential energy axis
- Start at any point of the graph
- None of these

Hint:

### When the object falls down, the graph of the GPE and the height starts at the point on the gravitational potential energy axis.

## The correct answer is: Start at a point on the gravitational potential energy axis

- The gravitational potential energy is directly proportional to the height of the object.
- When the object falls down, the height decreases.
- The graph between the GPE and height starts at the point on the gravitational potential energy axis.

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