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Potential to Kinetic or Kinetic to Potential.
Describe an example of energy conversion that occurs during the activity.

Playing in a rock band?

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    There are multiple activities that occur when a rock band plays. What specific activity do you want to consider? Jumping from a platform? Smashing the guitar at the end of the performance?

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