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A spherical rock rests at the top of a steep hill. the rock has A)Potential Energy B) Chemical energy C)Kinetic energy or D) no energy

i think it's A or B but I'm not sure. thanks

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    I think you're right, though few people wold want to extract the chemical energy.

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    potential

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