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Potential / Kinetic

8th Grade Science Potential & Kinetic Energy

stored energy potential energy
stored chemically in fuel, the nucleus of an atom, and in foods potential energy
stored because of the work done on it potential energy
potential energy that is dependent on height gravitational potential energy
formula = mass x height potential energy
energy that is stored due to being stretched or compressed elastic potential energy
a state, form, or type of energy kinetic and potential energy
energy of motion kinetic energy
the faster an object moves, the more energy it has kinetic energy
the greater the mass of a moving object, the more energy it has kinetic energy
depends on both mass and velocity kinetic energy
formula = 1/2 x mass x (velocity) 2 kinetic energy
has energy because of its position or composition potential energy
Created by: GregoireEC