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Updated: 3/22/2020
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  • Good work Nathen! Can you guys tell me what each of those mean now?
  • Gravitational Potential Energy is the energy an object has because of it's height above the ground and it's potential motion because of the gravitational pull on the object.
  • Good job Nathen! We are going to learn about Kinetic energy and Potential energy. Within Kinetic energy there is Mechanical and Thermal energy. Does anyone know what types of energy there are for Potential energy?
  • For Potential energy there is Gravitational Potential Energy and Chemical Potential Energy.
  • You guys have done so well this class! Keep it up! To conclude, you guys need to remember what's important. It is to connect to all of this as the Law of Conservation of Energy, which states that energy cannot be created or destroyed, it can only be converted from one for to another.
  • Sofascinating!
  • So cool!
  • I loved today's class!
  • Wow, you guys know it all! So now we know that Mechanical and Thermal energy are types of Kinetic energy. Who knows what each of those energies mean?
  • Mechanical Energy is the sum of potential and kinetic energy in a system; excluding when within electromagnetic fields.
  • The energy focused on in particular for this unit is Thermal energy, which is the energy available to cause the motion of particles making it a type of Kinetic energy.
  • Great job Olivia! How about Thermal energy? Anyone?
  • Amazing work Lauren! Once again, Gravitational Potential Energy and Chemical Potential Energy are types of energy for ....
  • Potential energy!
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