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Need help on Creating an example of energy transfer that includes at least two forms of energy.
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Need help on Creating an example of energy transfer that includes at least two forms of energy. :P
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These forms of energy may be divided into two main groups; kinetic energy and potential energy. Other familiar types of energy are a varying mix of both potential and kinetic energy. Energy may be transformed between these forms, some with 100% energy conversion efficiency and others with less. Items that transform between these forms are called transducers. The above list of the known possible forms of energy is not necessarily complete. Whenever physical scientists discover that a certain phenomenon appears to violate the law of energy conservation, new forms may be added, as is the case with dark energy, a hypothetical form of energy that permeates all of space and tends to increase the rate of expansion of the universe.
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i got this from google >.<
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Zofia1Best ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.0
Need it in a small paragraph plz?
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okey let me make it then i will give it to you kk
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kinetic energy Kinetic energy is energy of motion. The kinetic energy of an object is the energy it possesses because of its motion. The kinetic energy* of a point mass m is given by Kinetic energy is an expression of the fact that a moving object can do work on anything it hits; it quantifies the amount of work the object could do as a result of its motion. The total mechanical energy of an object is the sum of its kinetic energy and potential energy.The total energy of an isolated system is subject to the conservation of energy principle. For an object of finite size, this kinetic energy is called the translational kinetic energy of the mass to distinguish it from any rotational kinetic energy it might possess  the total kinetic energy of a mass can be expressed as the sum of the translational kinetic energy of its center of mass plus the kinetic energy of rotation about its center of mass.
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potential energy is energy which results from position or configuration. An object may have the capacity for doing work as a result of its position in a gravitational field (gravitational potential energy), an electric field (electric potential energy), or a magnetic field (magnetic potential energy). It may have elastic potential energy as a result of a stretched spring or other elastic deformation.
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and if its to long just take part of it
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how about a gasoline engine: it converts chemical energy into both mechanical energy and heat
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There is also nuclear energy (e.g. nuclear fusion in the sun), which is converted into heat and radiation. There is sound energy, heat, chemical energy. Electromagnetic induction can convert kinetic energy into electrical energy and viceversa..
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