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At its highest point, the pendulum is 1.2m above the ground and as a gravitational potential energy of 62J. If the gravitational potential energy is 10J at its lowest point, what is the pendulum's kinectic energy at this point?

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    The difference in GPE from the highest point to the lowest pont=KE at bottom

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    the kinetic energy is zero, because when it is at the bottom it is not accelerating

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