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Potential or Kinetic Energy: Do You Know the Difference? ContinueHome
Which energy type? An airplane circling in preparation for a landing Potential EnergyKinetic Energy ContinueHome
Potential EnergyKinetic Energy Which energy type? A pile of coal that will be used for fuel ContinueHome
Potential EnergyKinetic Energy Which energy type? A flag blowing in the wind ContinueHome
Potential EnergyKinetic Energy Which energy type? A hatbox stored on the top shelf of a closet ContinueHome
Potential EnergyKinetic Energy Which energy type? An unlit firecracker ContinueHome
Potential EnergyKinetic Energy Which energy type? A hammer held above a nail ContinueHome
Potential EnergyKinetic Energy Which energy type? A marble rolling down the aisle of your science classroom ContinueHome
Potential EnergyKinetic Energy Which energy type? A new car battery ContinueHome
Potential EnergyKinetic Energy Which energy type? Glucose stored in plants as a result of photosynthesis ContinueHome
Potential EnergyKinetic Energy Which energy type? An ant crawling across a sandwich at a picnic ContinueHome
Potential EnergyKinetic Energy Which energy type? A tennis racket about to crash down on a ball near the net ContinueHome
Potential EnergyKinetic Energy Which energy type? An eyelash fluttering ContinueHome
Potential EnergyKinetic Energy Which energy type? Energy at rest ContinueHome
Potential EnergyKinetic Energy Which energy type? The release of stored energy ContinueHome
Potential EnergyKinetic Energy Which energy type? Energy of motion ContinueHome
Potential EnergyKinetic Energy Which energy type? A dam holding back a river’s water ContinueHome
Potential EnergyKinetic Energy Which energy type? A mousetrap set and ready to spring ContinueHome
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Potential EnergyKinetic Energy Which energy type? A basketball flying toward the basket ContinueHome
Potential EnergyKinetic Energy Which energy type? A sled released at the top of a snowy hill ContinueHome
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Potential or Kinetic Energy: Do You Know the Difference? ContinueHome.
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Mechanical Energy. Earlier, it was said that work is done upon an object whenever a force acts upon it to cause it to be displaced. Work involves a force.
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