# Kinetic Energy and Potential Energy Calculations

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- Q1Stored energy or energy due to position is known asNuclear EnergyPotential EnergySound EnergyKinetic Energy20s
- Q2Energy of motion isPotential EnergyElectrical EnergyChemical EnergyKinetic Energy20s
- Q3Calculate the potential energy of a rock with a mass of 55 kg while sitting on a cliff that is 27 m high.14, 553 J150 J1485 J40,095 J60s
- Q4Calculate the kinetic energy of the rock with a mass of 20 kg as it rolls down the hill with a velocity of 8 m/s.160 J1568 J1280 J640 J60s
- Q5What potential energy is acquired by a hammer with a mass of 0.75 kg when raised 0.35 m?2. 57 J0.09 J2.14 J0.26 J60s
- Q6Determine the kinetic energy developed by a 5 kg mass traveling a velocity of 3.5 m/s.17.5 J171.5 J61.3 J30.6 J60s
- Q7Determine the potential energy of a 75 kg refrigerator that is located 300 m above ground.220, 500 J4 J22, 500 J675, 000 J60s
- Q8You serve a volleyball with a mass of 2.5 kg. The ball leaves your hands at 30 m/s. Determine the volleyball's kinetic energy.2250 J1125 J695 J75 J60s
- Q9The crate has a weight of 98 N. Determine the crate's potential energy when it is 75 m above ground.551, 250 J7350 J72, 030 J200 J60s
- Q10Calculate the kinetic energy of 40 kg mass traveling 15 m/s.9000 J4500 J24, 000 J12, 000 J60s
- Q11Kinetic energy depends onmass and velocityvelocity and heightmass and heightweight and height30s
- Q12Potential energy depends onmass and velocityheight and accelerationmass and heightvelocity and height30s