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# If Wa, Wb, and Wc represent the work done in moving a particle from X to Y along three different path a, b, and c respectively (as shown) in the gravitational field of a point mass m, find the correct relation between Wa, Wb and Wc

- Wb>Wa>Wc
- Wa<Wb<Wc
- Wa>Wb>Wc
- Wa=Wb=Wc

## The correct answer is: Wa=Wb=Wc

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