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Potential Energy Questions and Answers (Q&A)

J.Mark
Answered: Jan 01, 2018
The item with the most potential energy is the car at the top of the hill, or “A”. Potential energy is the energy that is stored in the item. The item has the potential to do...Read More

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S. Nicole, Wordsmith
Answered: Jun 20, 2018
It's C. The mass and speed of an object. There are mainly two factors on which Kinetic Energy (denoted by KE) of an object depends - the mass (m) and speed (v) of the object. If the mass an...Read More

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N. Jarah, Wordsmith
Answered: Nov 14, 2019
It has always been said that energy cannot be created or destroyed. Energy is something that exists in this world, and there is an option for energy to be changed. It can transform from one type...Read More

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H. Martin, Content Writer
Answered: Sep 14, 2018
Kinetic energy is possessed by an object, by virtue of its movement. It is dependent upon mass and velocity. Potential energy is also affected by its position or state. However, it is more...Read More

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R. Hazlewood, Senior Executive
Answered: Mar 27, 2019
A ball rolling down a hill would have the greatest kinetic energy. It helps the ball to keep moving down the hill despite all the forces trying to stop it. The energy comes from the forces trying...Read More

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Zhang, Senior Executive
Answered: Apr 27, 2018

The best example for this would be placing the object at a higher level. If you can add extra mass to the object, the potential energy also increases.

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F.Brian, Senior Executive
Answered: Jan 19, 2018
A car driving down the hill will have the greatest kinetic energy. Kinetic energy is a concept that is of extreme importance in Physics, and it specifically comes under the domain of classical...Read More

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Sumaya, Senior Executive
Answered: Jan 15, 2019

A ball lodged in a tree

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John Adney, Senior Executive
Answered: Feb 21, 2017
What kind of retard comes on these boards and answers a question without providing any sort of explanation for why the answer is what it is. The question is answered for you when you click next..

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John Adney, Senior Executive
Answered: Mar 20, 2017
No work...
W = (Fcosθ)d ; W=work, F=force, d=distance/displacement
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its prerpendicular so cosine 90° = 0 then multiply so W = 0
No Work...

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