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Energy can be potential or kinetic. Radiant energy is a form of Kinetic energy. Movement of atoms, molecules, objects, waves, substances referring to a Kinetic energy. There are many different forms of kinetic energies like sound, motion, thermal energy, electrical energy. Nevertheless, there would be no life on Earth without radiant energy. What is radiant energy? The energy of electromagnetic waves and gravitational radiation is radiant energy. Radiant energy is the result of a change in configuration of electrons. It can travel through any substance including air, liquid, glass, and space. However, matter is not necessary for transmission of radiant energy. Even in a vacuum environment, radiant energy can move. Radiant energy moves in…

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This experiment, created by the students of the class, went relatively well. In this lab, we teste the theory of the conservation of energy. The kinetic energy at the bottom of the ramp should equal the potential energy at the top of the ramp without regard to the path taken. Thus, for method 1, the equations for kinetic energy (1/2mv²) and potential gravitational energy (U_g=mgh) were used. For the second method, the concepts and formulas for constant acceleration was used in conjunction with…

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Kinetic Energy and Potential Energy Math Exploration 2/14/2018 Part 1: Finding Kinetic and Potential Energy Directions: For each situation, you need to determine if the object has KE or GPE or both. Then find their values. Be sure to include the correct units. 1. A 2-kg bowling ball sits on top of a building that is 40 meters tall. Circle one: KE / GPE / both Show your work for finding the values of each type of energy the object has: The ball is not moving and is at a height above…

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Kinetic and potential energy play an essential role in the segments or phases in a heating or cooling graph representing an exothermic or endothermic process. Kinetic energy is the energy of a system that is in motion of the particles in the system. Potential energy is the energy of a system in which it represents the arrangement of the particles of the system. Kinetic energy and potential energy never increase or decrease at the same time, however, when one energy is changing the other remains…

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According to the Law of Conservation of Energy, energy can 't be created or destroyed. All energy types can only be transformed or transferred. There are serval forms of energy that exist which benefit us in everyday life. Some energy’s however are more efficient than others in the way they use their energy to either transfer it or transform it into another useful energy. An object can possess more than one type of energy, some energy’s cause and affect others. For example, if someone what’s…

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Unit Three: Energy Our universe is made up of matter and energy. Matter is made up of anything that has mass and takes up space where energy allows the ability to do work or have the ability to move or elicit change in matter. In other words, energy is a property of objects which can be transferred to other independent objects or be converted into different forms. It is described as “a system to perform work.” We have two different types of energy; kinetic and potential energy. Kinetic energy is…

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How Does Temperature (thermal kinetic energy) Affect the Phases of Matter? Observation Can matter be in anything that elements can mix to something different? Why does matter have to have more than 2 elements? What things do not have matter? Why does matter have to have more of, weight, volume or density? Why is there such things called matter? Why is the earth made of matter? How much does matter influence the earth and what it does to help? What is matter? How does…

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INTRODUCTION • Energy is a scalar quantity. • It was first hypothesized by Newton to express kinetic and potential energies. • We cannot observe energy directly, but we can measure it using indirect methods and analyze its value. • Energy may be in different forms, such as potential, kinetic, magnetic or electrical. Potential energy of a system is by virtue of its location with respect to gravitational field. If an object has a mass m, located at elevation h, and acceleration due to gravity is…

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First, Energy has multiple forms that can switch different states. The two most common forms of energy are, Kinetic and Potential Energy. Kinetic Energy is the energy created when an object is in motion. It can be transferred between two objects if the object has enough energy, therefor it can be from of a collision. Kinetic energy can also be elastic or inelastic energy, however Potential Energy is an energy, but is potentially created before Kinetic Energy. Both types of energy are measured in…

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position will its kinetic energy be the greatest? At what position will its kinetic energy equal its potential energy? When the pendulum of a clock swings back and forth, the pendulum reaches its maximum potential energy at the top of the swing, and it reaches its maximum kinetic energy at the bottom of the swing. In the absence of frictional forces, the pendulum’s kinetic energy will be equal to its potential energy at the bottom of the swing. 2. What is the difference between energy…

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