Energy stored or conserved in an object is known as potential energy. The position, arrangement, or state of the object or substance determines how much energy is stored.

Potential energy PE = mgh

Where, the mass in kilograms is denoted by m, the acceleration due to gravity is denoted by the letter g. and the height in meters is denoted by h.

Step 1: Finding the height of the object

Gravitational potential energy PE = 4177.5 joules

Mass of an object m = 1550 kg

Acceleration due to gravity   g = 9.8 m/s^2   

Object height  = ?

Potential energy PE = mgh

h = \frac{PE}{mg}

h = \frac{41772.5}{1550* 9.8}

h = 2.75

Therefore, Object height h = 2.75 m