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mayankdevnani

  • 2 years ago

Justify your answer. If a body name FOOTBALL is placed on the ground floor.What type of energy it has?

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  1. mayankdevnani
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    @ParthKohli @UnkleRhaukus @.Sam.

  2. Aperogalics
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    static energy:)

  3. mayankdevnani
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    what is static.

  4. mayankdevnani
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    can you tell me @Aperogalics

  5. mayankdevnani
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    Define me Static energy

  6. mayankdevnani
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    @Algebraic! @ajprincess @shadowfiend @countonme123

  7. Aperogalics
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    static just joking actually any type of energy is defined w.r.t. frame of reference as it has thermal energy as it has some temp. it has potential energy if we take anyone else (other than ground) as a reference :)

  8. mayankdevnani
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    but we can take the state i.e ground

  9. Aperogalics
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    yes but thermal energy is not related to that reference plane as it is football it contains some pressure so have some thermal energy :)

  10. mayankdevnani
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    |dw:1351607103255:dw|

  11. UnkleRhaukus
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    mass energy/?

  12. mayankdevnani
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    @Aperogalics It has kinetic energy also... right

  13. mayankdevnani
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    @UnkleRhaukus what do you mean?

  14. mayankdevnani
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    @ajprincess help me...!!

  15. UnkleRhaukus
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    thermal energy /?

  16. Aperogalics
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    nope as you take ground as reference :)

  17. Converse_Luv
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    it is potential energy...

  18. mayankdevnani
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    howz that @Converse_Luv

  19. Aperez
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    I'd go with Thermal Energy :D

  20. mayankdevnani
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    Why thermal energy?

  21. Converse_Luv
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    if it isnt moving then it would be potential and moving would be kinetic unless it would be static.....

  22. mayankdevnani
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    why potential energy. it has h=0 so p=0

  23. Aperogalics
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    @Converse_Luv i m saying that you r correct if you have not taken ground as a frame of reference:)

  24. Harindu
    • 2 years ago
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    it has potential energy . You consider height according to earth. But if you dig under the ball you can imagine it.

  25. mayankdevnani
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    but it has height=0

  26. Aperogalics
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    @mayankdevnani it has also an energy called mass:)

  27. mayankdevnani
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    according to ground floor, it has h=0 so P.E=0.

  28. Aperogalics
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    |dw:1351607611009:dw|

  29. mayankdevnani
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    @Aperogalics but respect to ground

  30. Aperogalics
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    That's what i said to @Converse_Luv :) but actually as nothing as given it has mass energy:)

  31. mayankdevnani
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    ok so what about kinetic energy

  32. mayankdevnani
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    @Aperogalics

  33. Aperogalics
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    it is also 0 as you have placed it on ground means velocity w.r.t ground is zero:)

  34. mayankdevnani
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    so what's the answer

  35. mayankdevnani
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    @Aperogalics

  36. Aperogalics
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    answer my simple questions --- does it contains mass??????

  37. mayankdevnani
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    yaa

  38. mayankdevnani
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    |dw:1351608428820:dw|

  39. Aperogalics
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    wait do u know einstein energy relation E=mc^2:)

  40. mayankdevnani
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    no

  41. Aperogalics
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    mass–energy equivalence is the concept that the mass of a body is a measure of its energy content. In this concept, mass is a property of all energy, and energy is a property of all mass, and the two properties are connected by a constant. This means (for example) that the total internal energy E of a body at rest is equal to the product of its rest mass m and a suitable conversion factor to transform from units of mass to units of energy. Albert Einstein proposed mass–energy equivalence The formula is dimensionally consistent and does not depend on any specific system of measurement units Mass–energy equivalence does not imply that energy may be "converted" to matter, but it allows for matter to be converted to energy. Through all such conversions, mass remains conserved, since it is a property of matter and any type of energy.:)

  42. Aperogalics
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    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mass%E2%80%93energy_equivalence for more refer to this:)

  43. mayankdevnani
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    hey |dw:1351608760959:dw| hey! which type of energy does this arrow represent?

  44. mayankdevnani
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    @Aperogalics

  45. mayankdevnani
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    anyone

  46. mayankdevnani
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    @sara12345

  47. mayankdevnani
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    @ParthKohli

  48. mayankdevnani
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    @estudier @surdawi

  49. mayankdevnani
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    @gerryliyana

  50. rduncan16
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    thats potential energy when its in one place

  51. mayankdevnani
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    ok thnx

  52. gerryliyana
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    that is potential energy

  53. mayankdevnani
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    but anything problem

  54. rduncan16
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    ur welcome

  55. mayankdevnani
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    related to |dw:1351609777349:dw|

  56. mayankdevnani
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    @rduncan16

  57. rduncan16
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    its still potential cuz its not rolling down the hill

  58. mayankdevnani
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    but this arrow represents h=0

  59. rduncan16
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    its still potential cuz if an object is not moving no matter what its potantial and if its moving i thinkits kinetic

  60. pmswww
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    this is P.E. coz the object is not moving

  61. mayankdevnani
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    but h=0

  62. mayankdevnani
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    this is problem!!!

  63. rduncan16
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    seee pms agrees with me lol also it doesnt matter if h=0 it can be at the top or a cliff and still be potential energy if its not moving

  64. gerryliyana
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    yes this is still potential energy, because In physics, potential energy is the energy of an object or a system due to the position of the body or the arrangement of the particles of the system

  65. mayankdevnani
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    thnx... @gerryliyana and @rduncan16

  66. gerryliyana
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    ur welcome :)

  67. rduncan16
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    gerryliyana did u use google lol i know this by heart so i know for a fact its potantial

  68. gerryliyana
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    yes i did..., haha lol

  69. rduncan16
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    ur welcome

  70. gerryliyana
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    it just to make it more clear it @rduncan16 he :)

  71. rduncan16
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    lol ik what u mean i lerned this by making sculpturs of it and then explaining what kind of energy hapens at different points of it so i knowit by heart

  72. Aperogalics
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    actually it has the potential as the ground has if you r talking about GRAVITATIONAL potential energy:)

  73. mayankdevnani
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    thnx... to everyone...

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