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Potential and Kinetic | Cause and Effect
Updated: 9/29/2020
Potential and Kinetic | Cause and Effect
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  • Cory Tran 4th Grade10 years old
  • Cory:Hobbies:Video gamesSuperpower: Super KnowledgeClose Friends:Preston, Harry, JohnCory is a 10 year old boy in 4th grade. He has the super power of knowledge and loves playing video games. Learns new things everyday and is very smart. Loves learning things and goes to places to learn more.
  • Hi John, why are you out in the forest?
  • Let me show you something.
  • I'm camping with my parents. I don't think they will mind if I hang out a while.
  • Wow that's interesting! Can you show me something else?
  • Sure!
  • When I am up here, I have lots of potential energy. As I go down, I gain kinetic energy.
  • If I am about to peddle on my bike, I will have potential energy because I am about to go quick.
  • Hmm... That's interesting. How are you gonna get kinetic energy?
  • I peddle! Now I have kinetic energy because I am moving quickly.
  • That's pretty cool! Keep going. Meet me on the other side.
  • Thank you for teaching me all this stuff I never knew!
  • One way to get kinetic energy is the gravitational pull. The second is to give something a push.
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