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Does an object with high gravitational potential energy always have low kinetic energy?
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timo86m
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usually yes.
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isn't potential energy :/
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Which of these shows an object with high KE and low gravitational PE?
a. a lightbulb
b. lightning
c. fire
d. a test tube
e. a windup toy
iforgot
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yes timo is correct
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sorry :/
help123please.
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So,how do I state my answer?'
'No,only sometimes'?
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And what about
'Which of these shows an object with high KE and low gravitational PE?
a. a lightbulb
b. lightning
c. fire
d. a test tube
e. a windup toy'?
iforgot
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it would probably be fire
help123please.
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Thanks,Ifor. And,how should I state my answer to the first question?
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@iforgot
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i really can not say "always"
iforgot
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just go with what timo said
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Okay. Thanks.
iforgot
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after all it is "science"
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Mhmm. Okay.