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Shaaunaa Group Title

If you stretch back a rubber band and release it, it shoots across the room. What type of energy conversion has occurred? mechanical to thermal elastic to chemical elastic to mechanical mechanical to elastic

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    elastic (when it is stretched ) and mechanical while it is in motion

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    elastic to mechanical

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    isnt it "mechanical to elastic"? when you stretch it you are giving mechanical energy.. then it is released back by the rubber band due to its elasticity i.e., elastic energy.. please confirm it..

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    elastic to mechanical

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