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A golf ball and a ping-pong ball are dropped in a vacuum chamber. When they have fallen halfway down, they have the same... A.speed B.potential energy
C.kinetic energy D.Rest Energy

my thought is that its c, kinetic energy...but i'm not 100% sure

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