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Potential Energy is the stored energy an object has based on chemical composition or position
This basketball has potential energy based on it's position.
Kinetic energy is the energy of motion, and an example of this is the energy of the falling (in motion) soccer ball.
The mass and speed this ball has effects and amplifies or degrades the kinetic energy of the ball
Remember, potential energy is stored energy an object has based on it's composition and/or position, while kinetic energy is the energy of motion based on mass and speed.
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