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1. If the Conservation of Mechanical Energy Applies, the total mechanical energy of an object at any point in time is the sum of potential energy and kinetic energy. TE = PE + KE Where PE= mgh And KE= 1/2mv2 What has to be assumed for the Conservation of Mechanical Energy to apply for a ball dropped from above the floor?

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  1. mahmit2012
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  4. imron07
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    Assumption: No air friction

  5. xbrttb
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    How much potential energy does a ball have right before it hits the ground?

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    |dw:1351284681935:dw| so proved

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    :)

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