How potential energy and kinetic energy are related?

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marliy1
Asked Feb 01, 2010
Potential energy is converted to kinetic energy upon expulsion. When the ball is in your hand, it has potential energy due to it's position (being off the ground), once the ball is released, the energy is converted into kinetic energy as it falls. At the release the potential energy is highest, the kinetic energy is lowest, the second it touches the ground, the potential energy is lowest, and the kinetic energy is highest.
Oni_Kami
Answered Feb 02, 2010
At the release the potential energy is highest, the kinetic energy is lowest, the second it touches the ground, the potential energy is lowest, and the kinetic energy is highest. Surrey Energy Management is fully committed to working towards reducing the UK’s carbon emissions and hence cutting the cost of our energy bills, both at home and work. A residential EPC can only be provided by an accredited Domestic Energy Assessor following a survey of the property.
camerondavison
Answered Feb 25, 2014
Kinetic energy and potential energy are inversely proportional to each other. At some height potential energy is maximum and kinetic energy is zero and at ground vice verse.
AgnesBruckner
Answered Oct 31, 2014

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