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needhelpfastplease

  • 8 months ago

What kind of energy does a rubber band have when it is stretched? A. elastic potential energy B. gravitational potential energy C. kinetic energy D. chemical energy

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    kinetic energy

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    when the rubber band is stretched, it stays in a still position until released. So, i would have to say A. However, when it is released, that potential energy will instantly convert to kinetic energy.

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